The local launch of this novel and powerful handset marks the latest in a series of highly successful collaborations between Ooredoo Qatar and Samsung, the statement added. The first phone in the series is expected to debut by the end of this month or by the first week of October.
Many people avoided the original Galaxy Fold for the simple fact that it was a first-generation device, but the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is Samsung's third smartphone to boast a foldable display and it looks like the market is warming up to the concept. This seems to be the first phone under Samsung's upcoming Galaxy F series that will reportedly be a mid-range series.
Samsung India on Tuesday said its Galaxy Z Fold2 5G foldable smartphone has received record pre-bookings within 24 hours of its launch in the country. The report cites a Wi-Fi Alliance certificate for the SM-F415F, which mentions M315 as the firmware version of the device.
So far this much information is only available about the Samsung Galaxy F41, we can expect more information as we move closer to the launch.
Samsung is expected to reduce the screen size and the storage capacity as well as lessen other specs such as camera sensors to make the device more affordable. Furthermore, the listing also revealed that the smartphone will be powered by an octa-core Exynos 9611 chipset, paired with 6GB of RAM. It will also pack in a 6,000mAh battery with support for 15W fast wired charging. Although no details or specifications have been revealed, the phone is speculated to be very similar to the Galaxy M31 that has a 64-megapixel quad rear camera setup.