Samsung’s new Galaxy A lineup for 2019 has started rolling out to the market including the much talked about Galaxy A80 which is Samsung’s first all-screen design. Today though we’re focusing on the Samsung Galaxy A40 instead. More specifically, on the stock wallpapers, it comes with. We have them and you can download Samsung Galaxy A40 wallpapers in Full HD+ quality with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 px packed in a Zip from below where we also discuss a few things about the device.
Samsung Galaxy A40
The Samsung Galaxy A40 sits between the A30 and the A50 and like most A series phones, features a notch.
As for the design, it features a Samsung Infinity U style notch like the Galaxy A30, A50, and the Galaxy M30. The water-drop style Infinity-V notch has only been used by Samsung on the cheapest devices in the M and A series so far. Glossy surfaces smeared with gradients are the trending design choice in the Indian market right now. Samsung has decided to follow suit first with the A30 and now with the A40. The backs are made of plastic but given a shiny reflective finish to resemble glass.
This means it will attract fingerprints and scratches if not put in a case, sometimes even that’s not enough. The Galaxy A40 though features subtle gradients with luxurious colors instead of the brighter gradients on other devices. There is a dual camera setup aligned vertically towards the left and a fingerprint sensor on the back as well. Other design choices are similar to other Samsung devices such as a dual SIM slot and a dedicated memory card slot on the left, buttons on the right, etc.
Besides, the device also features a USB Type C charging port at the bottom along with a headphone jack. Samsung has included built-in noise cancellation features into the phone with an extra mic dedicated for the purpose.
The front features a 5.9-inch Super AMOLED touch screen. It is smaller than the Galaxy A30 but it’s slightly bigger than the screen on the Galaxy S10e and even the Galaxy S9 from last year. It has a resolution of 1080 pixels by 2340 pixels and a pixel per inch count of ~437. All of this accounts for a ~85.5% screen-to-body ratio. The display has an aspect ratio of 19.5:9.
The display is powered, in part, by the Exynos 7885 Octa-core CPU with Mali-G71 GPU. It’s the same processor found on the Galaxy A30. There is only one variant and it features 4GB RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. The entire device is powered by a large 3100 mAh battery, same as the Galaxy S10e but smaller than the Galaxy A30. It also supports 15W fast charging.
The rear cameras on the back consist of a 16 MP f/1.7 sensor with PDAF support, and a 5MP ultra-wide lens. The rear cameras support video recording up to 1080p at 30fps, panorama, and HDR. The cameras are aided with an LED flash that sits right below the camera module.
The camera cut-out in the front houses a 25 MP f/2.0 selfie shooter which supports video recording up to 1080p @30fps. The camera setup is essentially the same as found on the Galaxy A30. Samsung may or may not have improved something about the camera in the software but there’s no reason to believe the same software processing cannot be implemented on the Galaxy A30.
On the software side of things, the Galaxy A40 will ship with Android 9.0 Pie out of the box with Samsung’s new One UI update.
Samsung Galaxy A40 Wallpapers
The Samsung Galaxy A40 wallpapers pack contains a total of ten different stock wallpapers. All the wallpapers have a resolution of 1080 pixels by 2400 pixels which is only slightly taller than the device’s screen itself.
We’ve uploaded the wallpapers in JPEG format below which you can download. These images are still high quality but they have been compressed. Also, only 9 of the 10 wallpapers can be seen below. So they’re great for viewing and deciding whether you like them or not. If you want the full-size images, some of which are in PNG format, you can download the Samsung Galaxy A40 wallpapers from the link provided below the images.
Samsung Galaxy A40 Wallpapers.zip
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