Samsung Galaxy A40 is expected to launch soon and is likely to be revealed at a starting price of Rs. 20,000 in India. The FCC listing has revealed some details about the Galaxy A40.
Samsung Galaxy A40 is said to be the company’s next Galaxy A-series smartphone after the launch of the all-new range of Samsung Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30, and Galaxy A50. After being spotted on Geekbench, the Samsung Galaxy A40 has now been spotted on FCC certification site which is the US certification website. The smartphone is widely expected to launch soon globally including India.
According to the US FCC website listing, the Samsung Galaxy A40 will come with model number SMA405FN. The FCC listing was first reported by Mysmartprice, and it points out that the phone will sport a 5.7-inch display. The FCC listing, as expected, doesn’t reveal many details but confirm Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac dual-band support along with Bluetooth 5.0 LE (Low Energy).
Notably, the Samsung Galaxy A40 existence seemingly confirmed by the company itself with an accidental support page which went live ahead of the launch. Based on preliminary leaked specifications, the Samsung Galaxy A40 will be powered by Exynos 7885 processor and pack a 4GB of RAM. Much like the premium Samsung Galaxy S10+, the Galaxy A40 is also expected to come with an in-display fingerprint scanner.
An earlier report claimed that the Samsung Galaxy A40 could launch at roughly Rs. 20,000 in the Indian market. The Samsung Galaxy A50, Galaxy A30, and Galaxy A10 were launched earlier this month in India. The Samsung Galaxy A10 price in India is set at Rs. 8,490 while the Galaxy A30 comes at Rs. 16,990. The top-of-the-line Galaxy A50 comes at Rs. 19,990.