It has been said that Samsung is working on a new smartphone, the Galaxy A51. We have heard of it from quite the time. There’s always this fuss around phones on the internet, which means we were able to find a bit about it. It has been said that the phone has gone through the US FCC certification, which means that the launch is close.
Samsung Galaxy A51 has the Bluetooth SIG certification
As per the FCC listing, the Galaxy A51 will arrive with a camera set up in the form of a rectangular. The certification also suggests that the phone will have a similar design like Galaxy Note 10, which has a punch-hole display put in the top-middle of the screen. The phone also has Bluetooth SIG certification. It appears on the Geekbench listing, too.
About the design of Samsung Galaxy A51
According to some reports, the device was listed with the SM-A515F model number, and we have seen it on Geekbench, too. But the US FCC listing didn’t provide any info about the specs, but we do now little things about the design.
The lens formation is L-shaped, and it has a full-screen design. It will come with a 48MP primary camera sensor, and a 13MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 5MP depth sensor, a 5MP macro sensor, and an LED flash.
More about the device
It was also said that Galaxy A51 would feature a 32MP camera sensor, which would be placed in the punch-hole display. It will get a 6.5-inch AMOLED display and a 4,000 mAh battery.
If rumors are correct, then Samsung Galaxy A51 will have an octa-core Exynos 9611 SoC and will run on an Android 10. Right now, we just have to wait for an official statement.
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