Samsung is now working on launching its most affordable 5G phone yet [VIDEO]
Although there is not much information present, the phone will be powered by one of MediaTek's new 'Dimensity chips'.
The next generation of mobile internet is upon us, with trials being conducted across the world, the 5G is no more a distant dream.
Samsung has been working on adding ‘5G support’ to its cheaper, mid-range mobile phones for some time now. Currently, the company’s smartphones that support 5G are its newer models, which are quite expensive, like it’s recently launched Samsung Galaxy S20 series, Samsung Galaxy A51, and Galaxy A71.
According to rumors, Samsung is now working on launching its most affordable 5G phone yet. The development of a smartphone with a model number ‘SM-A426B’ is under process. Based on the phone’s model number, it will be a successor to the A41, which will be a part of the 2021 Galaxy A-series.
Although there is not much information present, the phone will be powered by one of MediaTek’s new ‘Dimensity chips’, like its predecessor with 128 GB of storage.
The phone will use the MediaTek Dimensity 800 unless the company comes up with a cheaper 5G chips in the upcoming months.
Other than this, it is rumored that the company will also launch a cheaper ‘4G-only’ version of smartphones too. More and more OEMs are doing this, as there are still many countries that do not have the basic infrastructure for 5G.
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