Galaxy A51 was launched by Samsung last month on January 29 and is now available for purchase on all leading e-retailers, offline retailers, and Samsung’s official website.
Based on the details shared on a cross-platform processor standard that scores the overall performance of devices, Samsung is also preparing to release a 5G connectivity version of the Galaxy’s A50 successor.
The information for the upcoming phone was uploaded on January 31 on Geekbench. The future model number SM-A516N has managed to score 679 single-core while the multi-core score reached 1848.
One of the significant features of the Galaxy A51 5G connectivity version will be the Exynos 980 mobile processor that comes with an SoC bump for the motherboard instead of the Exynos 9611 that was rumored. The dual-mode 5G chipset was also found in the mid-range Vivo X30 series.
More about the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G model
The 5G version will also feature a 6GB RAM, its system operating on Android 10. According to the benchmark, the upcoming smartphone will also feature a 1.79 GHz base frequency.
Although not many other details have been revealed about the Galaxy A51 5G, the rumor has it that the upcoming smartphone will feature 128GB additional storage. The 5G version is also rumored to be released in South Korea; however, nothing has been confirmed yet.
It looks like Samsung has used the same strategy for one of its previous devices, Note10, with model number SM-N970F and the Korean Note10 5G, with model number SM-N971N.
What will be the price for the new Samsung Galaxy A51 5G version? Is it going to be available in all countries? When will it be released? As it usually happens, we are sure that more rumors will surface the internet in the following weeks, until then, we have the benchmarks’ specs for the upcoming Galaxy A51 5G to discuss.