The Galaxy A42 uses the Snapdragon 750G, a middle-of-the-pack processor that was just announced by Qualcomm last month. It's supposed to be a step up from the Snapdragon 730G, seen in phones like the Pixel 4A, but it isn't quite as powerful as the Snapdragon 765G, seen in the Pixel 4A 5G and OnePlus Nord.

It comes in three colors black, gray, and white each with a dense grid pattern on the back that darkens in stages as it rises up the phone. The phone launches in the UK on November 6th. The Verge has reached out to Samsung to ask about broader availability.


Samsung's Galaxy A42 will compete closely with OnePlus' Nord, which sells for 379, or just 30 more. For that extra 30, the Nord includes a faster processor, more RAM, a 90Hz display, and a second selfie camera, and it's received generally positive reviews, too. That said, it's likely the A42's price will drop the Galaxy A51 5G is already on sale in the US for $325, or $175 off, which makes it even cheaper than the A42 while the sale lasts.


Resource: theverge.com


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Samsung announces an even cheaper 5G phone

The Galaxy A42 uses the Snapdragon 750G, a middle-of-the-pack processor that was just announced by Qualcomm last month. It's supposed to be a step up from the Snapdragon 730G, seen in phones like the Pixel 4A, but it isn't quite as powerful as the Snapdragon 765G, seen in the Pixel 4A 5G and OnePlus Nord.

It comes in three colors black, gray, and white each with a dense grid pattern on the back that darkens in stages as it rises up the phone. The phone launches in the UK on November 6th. The Verge has reached out to Samsung to ask about broader availability.


Samsung's Galaxy A42 will compete closely with OnePlus' Nord, which sells for 379, or just 30 more. For that extra 30, the Nord includes a faster processor, more RAM, a 90Hz display, and a second selfie camera, and it's received generally positive reviews, too. That said, it's likely the A42's price will drop the Galaxy A51 5G is already on sale in the US for $325, or $175 off, which makes it even cheaper than the A42 while the sale lasts.


Resource: theverge.com


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