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Samsung launches Galaxy M40 in Nepal

Samsung launches its third smartphone in the popular Galaxy M series, Galaxy M40 in Nepal. The phone is the most powerful one in the M series phones. The launch of Galaxy M40 comes on the back of unprecedented consumer response to the recently-launched Galaxy M10 and M20 smartphones. Galaxy M40 packs 6.3” FHD+ Infinity-O display, powerful Snapdragon 675 Octa-core processor and triple rear camera.

“Samsung’s Galaxy M smartphones have met with unprecedented success in Nepal. It was designed and conceptualized for young millennials and Gen Z consumers. We are confident that the discerning millennial consumers will be delighted with the new M40 device”, said Pranaya Ratna Sthapit, Mobile Business Head, Samsung Electronics Nepal.

Samsung M40

Samsung M40 Overview

Galaxy M40 has a superior screen experience with a stunning 6.3” FHD+  infinity-O display, the feature that’s currently found only on Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S10 line. With a contrast ratio of 1200:1 and on-screen sound technology, Galaxy M40 is a 7.9 mm sleek device, weighing just 168 gm. It comes with sturdy Gorilla Glass 3. Snapdragon 675 Octa-core processor power the M40 smartphone. The processor not only enhances user experience through excellent network speed but also allows smooth multitasking and low power consumption.

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“At Samsung, we constantly challenge ourselves to innovate with the latest technology to provide a holistic user experience. With Galaxy M40, we showcase our attention to details to offer an engaging smartphone
experience. With its impressive infinity O display, path-breaking triple rear camera and Snapdragon 675 processor, the newly launched Galaxy M40 is all about the experience. I am sure our consumers will be delighted with this OMG device,” Sthapit added.

The new Galaxy M40 sports best-in-class triple rear camera to address the millennials’ need for capturing important moments on the go. The triple camera setup on Galaxy M40 comprises a 32 MP main camera with AI scene optimizer with F1.7 aperture for stunning daylight shots and vivid night photos. It also features a 5 MP depth camera and an ultra-wide 8 MP camera.

For millennials who like to communicate via videos, Galaxy M40 comes with a host of video features such as 4K video recording, Slo-mo, and Hyperlapse. Galaxy M40 supports a 3,500mAh battery and 15W USB type C fast charging feature that ensures 3X speed as compared to the normal charging.

Immersive Viewing Experience

The new Galaxy M40 provides great entertainment experience with Widevine L1 certification for streaming HD content through popular apps. It comes with a premium 6.3” FHD+ Infinity O Display. The new age  display delivers 1200:1 contrast ratio with 480 Nits peak brightness.

Performance Power House

The new Galaxy M40 runs on a powerful Snapdragon 675 Octa-core processor with speeds of up to 2.0 GHz. Galaxy M40 proves to be an unmatched gaming device with Adreno 612 GPU. The smartphone also
allows smooth multitasking and low power consumption with 6GB RAM and 128 GB Memory which is expandable up to 512 GB.

Detailed Specs

  • Display 6.3” FHD+ Infinity O with 19.5:9 aspect ratio and Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
  • Memory 6+128GB expandable up to 512 GB
  • Snapdragon 675 Octa-core processor
  • Triple Cam Setup with 32 MP main sensor + 5MP depth + 8 MP Ultrawide cameras with 4K recording, Slo-Mo & Hyperlapse
  • Front Camera 16 MP
  • 3500 mAh Battery with 15 W Fast charging.
  • Dual SIM card
  • One UI over Android 9.0 OS
  • Colors Midnight Blue and Seawater Blue
  • Security Face unlock and Rear Finger Print Scanner

Samsung M40 Price in Nepal

The price of Samsung Galaxy M40 is  NRs 36,190. Regarding the availability of the phones, it comes in beautiful Midnight Blue and Seawater Blue gradient colors. Galaxy M40 is available from 30th June 2019, on all the Samsung Brand shops and retail stores across the country.

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