Infinity-O Display Sporting Samsung Galaxy M40 Will Launch on June 11


On June 11 at 6PM in India, Samsung will be launching another midrange smartphone under its M series. According to the company's latest announcement, it is the Samsung Galaxy M40 with Infinity-O display.  In case you have missed it, Infinity O refers to the notch on the Samsung's latest smartphone, and as you may have already guessed by now, is just another another fancy description for the punch hole cutout on its screen that holds the selfie camera. Other devices that sport this same Infinity O are the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy A60.

Samsung has confirmed that this device will be powered by a Snapdragon process but did not mention which one and that it will bear triple rear cameras but no numbers were revealed yet. Apart from those teasers, the rest of the specs still remain under wraps as of writing.

However, in the rumor mill, it is suggested that the Galaxy M40 will have Full HD+ AMOLED display measuring at 6.3" diagonally, a conventional fingerprint reader on the back, a Snapdragon 600 series processor, reports claim it could be a Snapdragon 675 to be precise, and up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage.

So basically, almost nothing is actually known about this upcoming Samsung Galaxy M40 apart from how it's going to look on the front side as provided in the launch announcement material on Samsung India's website and the triple camera on the back. 

Source: Samsung India

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