Samsung is all set to launch its much anticipated Galaxy M40 smartphone on June 11 in India. Ahead of the launch, the South Korean giant has officially listed the smartphone on company’s India website. The listing features an image showing a detailed look of the upcoming phone.
The image on the official listing of the Samsung Galaxy M40 clearly shows its front and back. The Galaxy M40 will be the fourth model in Samsung’s Galaxy M range that already has the Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30.
Samsung Galaxy M40 highlights Infinity-O Display panel along with a triple rear camera setup.
Alongside the listing on the Samsung India website, a video teaser has been posted on Samsung Mobile India’s social media channels that emphasises on the hole-punch camera design, what Samsung calls its Infinity-O Display.
The stunning new Galaxy M40 is bound to make you go #OMG. Launching on 11th June, 6 pm.
To get notified, click on the link: Amazon: https://t.co/hqQJbPwoos or Samsung India: https://t.co/PjIGbSIArS pic.twitter.com/keYbd1lC3v
— Samsung Mobile India (@SamsungMobileIN) May 28, 2019
Samsung Galaxy M40: Specifications
Galaxy M40 will come with a Snapdragon 675 SoC and include a 32-megapixel primary sensor on its triple rear camera setup. The phone will also run Android Pie out-of-the-box.
As per the early rumours, the Samsung Galaxy M40 will be offered with up to 128GB of internal storage and include a 5,000mAh battery.
The smartphone also includes the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. Further, the back panel has a gradient finish with a Blue paintjob. This reminds us of the Gradation Blue colour variant of the Galaxy M30.
Samsung Galaxy M40: Price in India
The Samsung Galaxy M40 price in India is expected to be placed around Rs. 20,000. As mentioned, the smartphone is set to debut in the Indian market on June 11. It is expected to go on sale through Amazon.in and the Samsung Online Store in the country.
Additionally, Galaxy M40 will be Samsung’s first model to have a “Screen Sound” technology that will produce audio by vibrating the display panel instead of using a visible earpiece.