Samsung Galaxy A40 with 5.7-inch Display Receives FCC Certification; Launch expected soon


Samsung Galaxy A40 with 5.7-inch Display Receives FCC Certification; Launch expected soon

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A40 an upcoming mid-range smartphone has recently bagged certification from the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) and Wi-Fi Alliance. Now a new report claimed that the handset is now spotted on the FCC website, which suggests that the Galaxy A40 may be launching soon officially.

Galaxy A40 SM-A405FN Model No. Appears at the FCC

The all new upcoming Samsung Galaxy A40 FCC fillings reveal the smartphone dimension. This handset measures 144.3×69.1mm with an overall diagonal of 153.0mm. In addition to the physical dimensions of the Galaxy A40 the FCC certification also reveals that the handset will be featuring 145mm or 5.7-inch display diagonal.

Apart from the dimensions, the FCC certification confirms some of the key connectivity features of the upcoming A-series smartphone. Similar to Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 the all new Galaxy A40 will also support for Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac dual band, Bluetooth 5.0 and ANT+.

According to rumours the upcoming Galaxy A40 will be powered by Exynos 7904 octa-core processor coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The smartphone will sport further expansion upto 512GB via using microSD card. This handset is expected to run on Samsung One UI over Android pie.

Apart from FCC certification and these rumours this handset also been found on Samsung’s UK website earlier this week, it will be launching in Europe for around EUR 249 (around Rs. 19,600) it is also expected that this handset might launch in India soon.

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