Samsung has unveiled Galaxy A42 5G phone, the latest in its cheaper and less-expensive A-series phones. The A42 is currently Samsung’s cheapest 5G phone at £349, 80 pounds less than the Galaxy A51 5G.
Galaxy A42 uses a mid-range snapdragon 750G that Qualcomm just announced last month. It’s an upgrade of snapdragon 730G found on phones like Pixel 4A, but not as powerful as the Snapdragon 765G found on Pixel 4A 5G and OnePlus Nord.
The phone has a 6.6-inch OLED display, a teardrop-shaped notch at the top, a 20-megapixel camera, 4GB to 8GB of memory, 128GB of storage that can be expanded via MicroSD, a 5,000mah battery and fingerprinting under the screen, depending on the model. There are four cameras on the back: 48 megapixel wide Angle, 8 megapixel super wide Angle, 5 megapixel macro, and 5 megapixel depth sensor.
We have learned that the Galaxy A42, which was launched in the UK on 6 November, coming in three colors: black, grey and white.