Samsung M42 5G - The Best 5G Phone With Samsung Brand


5G is the current trend of the city. Even if you don't want to buy the phone with it, you may end up being attracted. It is a safe haven for many phones these days, especially for budgets. So, how could Samsung be able to make one? As a result, we acquired the Galaxy M42, which is also the company's first low-cost 5G device in India. Read more - Samsung will continue to use Tizen on its Smart TVs, even after Google's partnership

5G is set aside, the phone seems to be the only one that can help you: Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chip chip, Samsung cameras and display, and a large battery that tries to prove the point. So, has Samsung given us a good choice? Let's find out. Read Again - Samsung Galaxy M42 5G vs Xiaomi Mi 10i: Which should you choose for less than Rs 25,000?

Features of Samsung Galaxy M42 5G

Price Rs 21.999

Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G

OS Samsung One UI 3.1 is based on Android 11

Display a 6.6-inch AMOLED HD + display

128GB internal memory

Rear camera 48MP + 8MP + 5MP + 5MP

Front camera 20MP

5,000mAh battery


Galaxy M42 5G boring phone! It doesn’t fit what Xiaomi and Realme are trying to offer and instead stick to a simple design. However, it is trying to pay for the dull design it brought in 2021: Therefore, a two-tone texture, which, when placed in the right place, creates a rainbow design. Some glow to make us dislike the phone. Read more - Samsung Galaxy M52 5G may not be as exciting as the older Galaxy M51

m42 5g review

The machine looks for a "glasstic" chassis, which while ensuring decent building quality, gives us a lightweight phone. 

However, there is one thing that works like a little extinguisher. The phone always seems to attract fingerprints and there is a general need to clear the back panel. You may want to keep the fabric working. This can be resolved by using the case. Sadly, you will have to buy one as there is no freebie in the box. I wish Samsung would try to file charges at least with its budget / mid-range offerings as Xiaomi and Realme are still following suit.

The Green M42 5G is a modestly built-in phone, which can have multiple holders. However, some ‘unusual’ would be great!


The 6.6-inch display is big enough to have a comfortable viewing experience but the notch can’t help but stick out like a sore thumb. Probably, waterdrop notch takers will not feel that way. The exciting moment here is the Super AMOLED screen, which Samsung has been doing well.

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However, this is sadly combined with an HD + screen resolution that leaves space for all viewing information. I'm not sure why Samsung chose this but this is a compromise that would not have happened without you, given that Xiaomi and Realme did enough to beat Samsung in its game. Also, gamers and those looking for bigger numbers may feel disappointed as the phone sticks to the traditional 60Hz refresh rate.

The display supports a built-in fingerprint scanner, which aims to keep technology alive on a budget for mid-range options. The fingerprint sensor is fast, except that it will not turn on the phone with a simple touch: you will need to press it. This does not feel like a problem as it feels more secure.



The phone has four rear cameras but instead of taking part in the current megapixel battle, it sticks to the design we saw for a while now: a 48-megapixel camera, an 8-megapixel wide lens, a 5-megapixel depth sensor, and a camera -5-megapixel macro. The front camera is  20 MP.

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The phone clicks on the beautiful pictures, especially in the bright light. Photos are detailed. This is equipped with a clear doll and you will find yourself with some attractive images, especially the surrounding vegetation! A very wide lens can give a very good look but it is usually lighter. The good thing is that color reproduction and detail is like a great camera. There is up to 10X support. This helps to take the object further but be prepared for a certain grain, which is exactly the same as the zoom level.

If you continue with this, Portrait mode creates a nice bokeh effect with good title separation. Great camera, often trying to take detailed and colorful pictures. You get to adjust the light levels. However, it still requires a lot of work to match the large Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Max lens which offers an amazing shot.

Samsung Galaxy M42 5G

The 20-megapixel selfie snapper is great though. Photos taken are detailed and try to be close to the natural color space. These are the results that would definitely be chosen when choosing a photo for your Instagram, at least I can!

As for videos, the phone can record in 4K at 30fps. The output is light and detailed. You can use an ultra wide lens up to 10X zoom, which will lead to leaky details, though. Lack of OIS makes the output shake, especially when recording video on a moving car.


The phone gets a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chip, available on the Xiaomi Mi 10i and Motorola Moto G 5G, both of which are decent players. So, I was expecting the same with a Samsung phone. Again, this has been proven. My use, which included calling, texting, watching videos, clicking pictures, playing games, and searching for more responses on the web, was well managed. The phone allows smooth operation. However, there are small breakers during the trip that make the phone stutter a little.

Gambling was also dignified. I have tried my hands at various sports this time. From simple games like Brain Test, Bubble Shooter and Who? Call of Duty: Mobile (with high graphics and high frame rate), the phone guarantees decent gameplay without costing battery life. In CoD, there was no heat or any significant decrease in battery.

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