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Samsung Galaxy M42 5G spotted on Geekbench with Snapdragon 750G chipset


Samsung is seemingly launching a 5G smartphone under the Galaxy M lineup soon. Early reports indicate that the device could be called Galaxy M42 5G and it could take hints from the already available Galaxy A42 5G. Now, the former has appeared on Geekbench.

A Samsung smartphone with model number SM-M426B appears on Geekbench 5 benchmarking database. As per the benchmark listing, the device in testing features a 4GB RAM, Android 11 OS, and has a Qualcomm chipset running at a base frequency of 1.8GHz.

When looked upon the source code, the chipset has the Adreno GPU 619 GPU and this suggests that it is the Snapdragon 750G chipset. As for the device, its official support page has already gone live in India and it might launch as the Galaxy M42 5G as mentioned above.

Further, it has already gone through other certifications like the Wi-Fi Alliance, China’s 3C authority, and others like India’s BIS. Of course, the naming isn’t confirmed yet, but looking at the model number, there is a possibility for it coming as Galaxy M42.


Samsung is said to bring a lot of other midrange 5G devices and the Galaxy M42 isn’t the only one. Apparently, it is said to be working on the Galaxy M62 5G, and an ODM-made Galaxy A22 5G device. Out of this, we don’t know which is going to launch first in India just yet.

As for specs, it could feature a 6.6-inch Super AMOLED FHD+ display, quad-cameras with a 64MP primary camera, 32MP selfie camera, 6,000mAh battery, in-display fingerprint sensor, fast charging support up to 15W, MicroSD, One UI 3.1

, and more.

Let’s wait and see how long Samsung takes to make the device official in India.



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