For Samsung fans, the recent news might come as handy, yet as a surprise. Samsung recently added two new devices in its refreshed Galaxy A series, dubbed Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71. The company is also preparing the Galaxy S20 series whose Unpacked Event we’ll see on February 11.
Samsung, however, it seems that has plans for introducing the 5G feature not only for the Galaxy S20 series but for more other variants. South Korean appears to have now a mid-range Galaxy A 5G device under development.
Samsung’s plans of introducing the 5G feature on other variants, as well, are under development. Galaxy A51 5G has been seen online with the following version number of SM-A516N. So, we could expect the device to come with the 5G feature. Distinctly, the smartphone standard model Galaxy A51 with a 4G option was introduced with an almost similar model number of SM-A515F.
More details on Samsung Galaxy A51
The smartphone is said to be first announced in South Korea before hitting the international markets. It is unknown now what developers prepared in store for its hardware, but the Galaxy A51 5G variant will probably have a different processor than its predecessor. We can’t expect the Exynos 9611 chipset because such a processor won’t support a 5G connectivity. It remains to be patient for some official announcements about the upcoming device’s hardware.
The standard Galaxy A51 is released with a 6.5-inch Infinity-O Super AMOLED display, a high 20:9 aspect ratio, and a 1080×2400 pixel resolution. The smartphone comes with a quad-rear camera, a 48Mp main sensor, and an f/2.0 aperture.
Galaxy A51 also includes a 12MP ultra-wide-angle sensor, a 5MP macro sensor, and 5MP for a bokeh effect. Moreover, the smartphone is equipped with a 32MP selfie camera and a 4,000mAh battery.