Samsung is working on the fourth largest apparatus from the Galaxy M-series, which can be called as Galaxy M40. Now the smartphone was seen on GeekBench benchmarking website showing a number of specifications of this apparatus. At the Moment, there are just three Galaxy M smartphones — Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30.
The Samsung Galaxy M40 will include version number SM-M405F. In accordance with the GeekBench record, first seen by NashVilleChatterClass, the Galaxy M40 is going to probably be powered by Snapdragon 6150 SoC, that is the codename of this Snapdragon 675 chip. Besides this chipset, the Geekbench list also verifies the smartphone will contain 6GB of RAM.
In Terms of the application, the Samsung Galaxy M40 will operate Android Pie from the box. From the GeekBench list, the telephone has scored 2350 points at the single-core and 6410 points at the multi-core test.
According to the latest leak, the telephone will be operating on Android 9.0 Pie, which will be contingent upon the organization’s most up-to-date OneUI. The phone will include a 128GB of storage plus it’s highly likely to include different versions too. It’s also rumored to be supported with a 5,000mAh battery and it’ll be outfitted with a Super AMOLED screen. The telephone may also feature a double camera setup, very similar to what we’ve observed at the Galaxy M30.
Formerly, the smartphone obtained WiFi certificate in the WiFi Alliance (WFA) which disclosed a number of the specifics of the specs of this smartphone. The Wi-Fi certificate revealed the Galaxy M40 will encourage dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n (2.4GHz, 5GHz) and LTE capacities. It is going to also have five important Wi-Fi certificates a/b/g/n/ac. The certificate website revealed the M40 will operate Android 9 Pie, maybe according to Samsung’s own One UI program.