Samsung Galaxy M42 5G to iQoo 7: Smartphones launching in India next week
This week was quite busy with multiple smartphone launches but we’re not done yet. There are already four smartphones scheduled to launch next week. The lineup includes Samsung’s Galaxy M42 5G, Oppo A53s, iQoo 7 and Vivo’s V21 5G smartphone. The launches start from the start of the week on April 26. Here’s a look at all the smartphones launching in India next week.
iQoo 7 will be the first to launch in India on April 26. iQoo 7 is confirmed to feature 5G, Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 5G processor, and a 120Hz display. The smartphone will also come with support for 66W fast charging. It will house a 48-megapixel primary camera using a Sony IMX 598 sensor and OIS.
Oppo A53s will be a mid-budget smartphone, and it will be priced under ₹15,000 in India. The smartphone will also be available exclusively via Flipkart. Oppo A53s will be powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 700 chipset and that it will come with 5G connectivity. Oppo A53s also has a frosted glass finish and that it will come with a vertically-stacked triple rear camera setup at the back. Oppo A53s is launching in India on April 27.
Samsung Galaxy M42 5G
Samsung is launching the Galaxy M42 5G on April 28. The smartphone will run the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G 5G processor under its hood. It also features a notch on top which would be an Infinity-U display. Samsung has also revealed that the phone will feature Knox Security, and Samsung Pay. According to leaks, Samsung Galaxy M42 5G is expected to pack a 6,000mAh battery, and come with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The smartphone is also said to run Android 11 out-of-the-box, and feature a quad-camera setup with a 64-megapixel primary camera.
Vivo V21 5G
Vivo V21 5G will make its debut in India on April 29. It will come in two colour options of ‘Sunset Dazzle and Arctic White’, and ‘Dusk Blue’. It will feature a 44-megapixel OIS selfie camera, and a similar 64-megapixel ‘OIS Night Camera’ on the back. The smartphone also has 8GB+3GB extended RAM.