Samsung Galaxy Swan Max specs: 12GB RAM, 7900mAh Battery!

The latest Samsung Galaxy Swan Max should launch with a 12GB RAM and 7900mAh battery. Discover more details about Samsung Galaxy Swan Max specs below!

Samsung Galaxy Swan Max

Samsung Galaxy Swan Max specs

From what we learned so far, the South Korean brand has launched some great hardware this year, including the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy Beam, and Samsung Galaxy Xcover6 Pro. This lineup is reportedly coming back better than ever with a brand new product that features an impressive battery capacity and excellent specs, dubbed Samsung Galaxy Swan Max. Let’s look at the specs of this new smartphone!

In detail, the Samsung phone specs offer a 6.8-inch Super AMOLED screen with 4K resolution. Furthermore, this Samsung phone also sports a tall 20:9 aspect ratio and Corning Gorilla Glass protection. On the other side, the Samsung phone will run on the brand new Android 12 as the operating system. Besides, this Samsung device gets power from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Plus chipset as the processor.

Samsung Galaxy Swan Max

Why don’t we come to the memory department of this device? The Samsung handset arrives in different variants: 10GB/ 12GB of RAM and 128GB/ 256GB/ 512GB of internal storage (up to 1TB). Optics-wise, the Samsung Galaxy Swan Max camera packs a quad 108MP primary lens + a 32MP ultra-wide lens + a 5MP macro camera + a 5MP depth sensor. For taking selfies and video calling, we get a single 32MP lens. Under the hood, this smartphone houses a non-removable 7900mAh juice box that supports fast charging. On the other hand, the connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS-A/ GPS, 4G VoLTE, and USB Type-C.

Samsung Galaxy Swan Max release date and price

Until now, the information about this beast’s pricing and the release date isn’t still unknown. However, we hope to see the Samsung Galaxy Swan Max early this year. Regarding the cost, the Samsung handset price starts at $480 ~ Rs. 36,114. What are your thoughts about this handset? Tell us in the comment section!