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Samsung Galaxy M42 to arrive with a 6,000mAh battery, reveals 3C listing

Recent reports have revealed the existence of at least four upcoming M-series phones by Samsung. There is a Galaxy M02 entry-level phone that is likely to go official as early as by the end of this month. The Galaxy M12 was spotted in CAD renders yesterday. Apart from these, the South Korean company is also working on the Galaxy M42 and M62 smartphones. The M42’s battery has been spotted at the 3C certification platform in China. The listing has confirmed the battery capacity of the device.

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The 3C listing reveals that the EB-BM425ABY battery has a rated capacity of 5,830mAh capacity. This indicates that the upcoming Galaxy M42 could be backed by a 6,000mAh typical capacity battery. The battery has also received DEKRA and BIS certifications. The BIS listing hints that the Galaxy M42 could be heading to India.

Samsung Galaxy M42 3C certified

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It was revealed in September

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that the Galaxy M42 will be arriving with a primary camera of 64-megapixel and it will offer users with large internal storage of 128 GB. Since the South Korean company was reportedly developing its software in September, it is speculated that the device may go official before the end of this year. At present, no other information is available on the specs of the Galaxy M42.

In related news, popular tipster OnLeaks shared the CAD renders of the Galaxy M12. The renders revealed that its rear design will be similar to the Galaxy A42 5G. It is expected to come with features like a 6.5-inch display, quad rear cameras, and a side-facing fingerprint scanner. As far as the Galaxy M62, it is speculated to arrive with massive internal storage of 256 GB.

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