Samsung Galaxy Wide 5 could land in India as Galaxy F42 5G: Price and Specs

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Samsung has an exhaustive range of phones for seemingly every possible price point. And being a global brand it can launch similar products under different names for different markets. This is something being said about the recently out Galaxy Wide 5 that debuted in South Korea but could come to India under the Galaxy F42 5G moniker.

If this scoop turns out to be true, the Galaxy F42 5G could feature the following specs and things.

Samsung Galaxy Wide 5 specs

On the front, the Galaxy Wide 5 offers a 6.6-inch FHD+ screen with an Infinity-V notch up top. Inside this indent lies the phone’s 8MP selfie shooter.

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Flip to the back and there you’ve its triple rear camera setup. The stack is led by a 64MP main sensor, accompanied by a 5MP ultrawide sensor with a 115-degree field of view, and a 2MP depth-sensing module.

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The phone weighs 203 grams and is 9mm in thickness. Inside you get a Mediatek dimensity 700 chipset roomed alongside a 5000mAh battery with 15W charging support. The memory allocation is 6GB RAM plus 128GB storage. There is an SD card expansion slot too.

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The software is Android 11 with One UI skin. And the phone is available in Black, White, and Blue colors.

Speaking of which —

Price and Availability

In South Korea, the Galaxy Wide 5 is billed at KRW 4,49,900 (~₹28,200). Now, let’s see if Samsung decides to launch the same in India as Galaxy F42 5G, how much it would be priced at.

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