Samsung’s new smartphone is coming. Samsung Electronics on Monday announced that it will release a new 5G budget smartphone. The company will launch the smartphone in South Korea this week. This Samsung phone is 42 5G in Galaxy. Samsung has announced that the Galaxy A42 5G will launch on Friday. The smartphone will come with a ট্যাগ 400 price tag, which will be the cheapest of the 5G smartphone models sold in South Korea.
There will be a total of 5 great cameras in the smartphone
The Samsung Galaxy A42 5G smartphone has already been released in a select few markets in Europe and Southeast Asia. This Samsung phone may have a 6.6 inch display. There will be a quad camera setup on the back of the phone. That means there will be 4 cameras on the back of the phone. The main camera on the back of the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G will be 48 megapixels. The back of the phone also has an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle lens, a 5-megapixel depth sensor and a 5-megapixel macro camera. The front of the phone has a 20-megapixel camera for selfies and video calling.
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Samsung has a 65% market share in South Korea
The Samsung Galaxy A42 5G has a 5000 mAh battery. The phone has 4GB RAM and 128GB storage. With the help of microSD card you can increase the storage of the phone up to 1TB. Samsung was the dominant player in the South Korean smartphone market last year, according to a report by market researcher Counterpoint Research. The company had a market share of 655 percent. At the same time, Apple’s share was 20 percent and LG Electronics’ market share was 13 percent.
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Samsung hopes to increase its market share in other markets around the world on the basis of affordable 5G smartphones, as its Chinese competitor Huawei faces U.S. restrictions. Data from Counterpoint Research shows that in 2020, Samsung will hold its own in the global smartphone market. However, the company’s market share fell from 20 percent to 19 percent.