The Samsung Galaxy F42 5G has been spotted on the Google Play console. The listing also hints at key specifications for the handset, which it says will include MediaTek Dynamite 700 SOC. The phone has already been leaked and is said to be launched in September. The Samsung Galaxy F42 5G has recently been spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking website with the same features. The Google Play Console listing suggests that the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G may launch in some markets as the Samsung Galaxy Wide 5.
Tipster T Technical has leaked a screenshot from the Google Play Console featuring the Samsung Galaxy F4 5G. The listing also mentions the maneuver Samsung Galaxy Wide 5, which indicates that the phone may be launched in certain markets. The listing shows that the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G can play a full HD + display with a resolution of 1,080×2009 pixels and a density of 459ppi pixels. It can be equipped with Android 11 and MediaTek Dynamite 700 SOC. The processor is expected to pair with 6GB RAM and ARM Mali G57 GPU. The Samsung Galaxy F42 5G is suggested to come with a side mounted fingerprint scanner and Tipster claims that the phone may launch in India soon.
The image attached to the Google Play console listing indicates that the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G can play a water drop style notch, the Infinity V display. There is a very thick chin under the phone. Its volume and power buttons are on the right. The dent is also visible for the fingerprint scanner.
A recent leak suggests that the Samsung Galaxy F4 5G could be unveiled later this month, expanding the mid-range range of Samsung’s 5G smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy F42 5G was reportedly seen in the first Geekbench listing, which also identified 6GB of RAM and MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC. It was also reportedly seen on Bluetooth SIG and Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification websites.