Samsung unveiled three 'Galaxy A' series phones in India recently - the Galaxy A10, the Galaxy A30, and the Galaxy A50. However, the company is looking to release more 'Galaxy A' phones globally, with the Galaxy A40 support page already live in Europe. Now, ahead of the imminent launch, the Galaxy A40 price has been leaked as well. The phone will arrive with Android Pie-based One UI OS, and it is tipped to first launch in Europe soon. However, it may arrive in the Indian market as well, eventually.
A report by MySmartPrice claims that the Samsung Galaxy A40 will be priced a EUR 249 (roughly Rs. 20,000). The phone will launch in Europe soon but its exact launch timeline is not known yet. The report states that the phone may also arrive in India eventually given that Samsung had claimed earlier that 'Galaxy A' phones will be revealed each month till June.
The Samsung Galaxy A40 support page is already live on the company's German website, and this also lends weight to the phone's imminent arrival. The upcoming smartphone is tipped to be powered by the Exynos 7885 SoC paired with 4GB of RAM and run Android Pie. The smartphone will reportedly be launched in a host of European markets which include UK, Poland, France, and Germany among others, however, as mentioned a definite release date is not known.
There's also a Galaxy A90 phone rumoured to be in the works, and it is tipped to come with a sliding and rotating camera system which will allow the camera to be used as a front and rear camera depending upon the position it is kept in.it is expected to be a mix between the Oppo Find X and the Oppo N1 systems. As per previous leaks, the Samsung Galaxy A90 is expected to run on One UI based on Android Pie, feature 6.41-inch display, be powered by the Snapdragon 710 SoC coupled with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB of inbuilt storage.