Both Samsung Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51 were released last year in December. After the launch, leaks started spreading and rumors are stating that the smartphones are going to be upgraded with models that support the 5G network. The possible features of Galaxy A71 have already been released. However, the Samsung Galaxy A51 with 5G technology was thought until now to have the same characteristics as the 4G version.
Features of Samsung Galaxy A51
The Galaxy A51 5G model would feature an Infinity-O display and a rectangular quad-camera alongside with an l-shaped design. 5G technology is going to be available only in countries like South Korea and China. Even though the company has not stated that there is an upcoming new smartphone, the processor is thought to be an Exynos 980 with 6GB of RAM.
The phone has a 6.5-inch High-definition display, with 1080 x 2400 pixels. The internal storage memory is 128 GB, while the smartphone features an 8GB of RAM. The primary camera has 48 MP being situated next to a 21 MP ultra-wide-angle lens, alongside a LED flash. The battery is non-removable, having 4000 mAh and a 15W fast charging option. The security of the phone is realized by the possibility of fingerprint scanning situated on display.
Features of Samsung Galaxy A71
The display is a 6.7-inch High-definition with AMOLED Plus capacitive touchscreen, and it has 1080 x 2400 pixels. It weighs 179 g, its operating system featuring Android 10.0. The stocking capacity is 128GB with 8 GB RAM. It has a 64 MP back side camera with a 12 MP ultra-wide secondary camera and a LED flash. The battery brings a 4500 mAh non-removable battery with fast charging of 25W.
The release of two new Samsung Galaxy A51 5G and Galaxy A71 5G on the market might seem unachievable at the time being, as the precedent versions are still of good quality and popular.
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