Review Samsung Galaxy M42 5G – By design, the Galaxy M42 5G is designed exactly like the A42 5G. It has a box camera module design, the rear body has an attractive prism dot design, with a glossy surface. Its thickness is only 8.6mm.
On the front, there is a screen that is quite large at 6.6 inches. Not using a punch-hole camera yet, the Samsung Galaxy M42 5G uses the Infinity-U design. The panel itself is Super AMOLED, but unfortunately only HD + resolution.
Exciting performance, Samsung appointed one of Qualcomm’s latest 5G chips which was released around September last year. namely the Snapdragon 750 5G, combined with 8GB LPDDR4x RAM. Smooth the gaming experience, available Game Booster & Frame Booster features for a lag-free experience.
For photography needs, there are four camera sensors on the back, with the main Samsung ISOCELL GM2 48MP sensor. The camera is accompanied by an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, and two 5MP sensors for depth and macros. On the front, there is a 20MP sensor for selfie purposes.
Even though it’s not the Galaxy A series, the chip is powerful enough to provide features such as Single Take, where users can produce various photo and video creations in one snap. In addition to 4K 30fps video recording, there are also features such as Hyperlapse and Flaw Detection for detecting less than perfect photos.
The battery capacity is not the largest for the Galaxy M series, but with a 5,000 mAh battery, the Samsung Galaxy M42 5G is claimed to be able to watch videos for up to 34 hours, or access favorite sites for up to 22 hours. Supported by 15W fast charging support which is quite standard.
Besides bringing Samsung Knox, the One UI 3.1 interface based on Android 11 on the Galaxy M42 5G is also equipped with an NFC sensor.