If you’re aiming for an affordable phone packed with the 5G technology, Samsung’s Galaxy A51 model is the right choice. After the standard version of A51 was sold worldwide like hot cakes, Samsung released a 5G version for the phone back in April. For a price difference of a little over 150 euros, we believe that the 5G variant is worthy of the demanded money.
Luckily for smartphone lovers, the YouTube account AT&T published a presentation video for Samsung Galaxy A51 5G:
The same source describes the phone in a very boastful way, and it’s totally reasonable:
Compelling features at an attractive price with AT&T 5G, a fast octa-core processor and a 6.5” HD Infinity display. Plus it has an exceptional quad camera and cool video features, a fingerprint sensor for fast and convenient security.
With 6 million units sold worldwide over the first quarter of 2020, the non-5G version of Galaxy A51 was the world’s bestselling Android smartphone. Therefore, we can expect at least the same from the new 5G version.
Samsung Galaxy A51 5G costs $550 at Verizon
Samsung’s new 5G phone is a jackpot when it comes to taking photos (at least!). There’s a quad-camera setup mounted on the rear, and it’s a true beauty. The biggest and main lens has 48MP, the ultrawide lens has 12MP, and there are also two smaller lenses of 5MP each: macro and depth. The selfie camera is also worth mentioning, as it packs a 32 MP snapper that is ideal for video calls at high quality.
The hardware of Samsung Galaxy A51 5G is allowing the phone to run smoothly pretty much any apps, including high-end games. The gadget packs 6 to 8 GB of RAM, an Exynos 980 chipset, and plenty of storage space to fill it up with your desired content: 128 GB.
The good news is not over yet, as Galaxy A51 5G has enough battery life capacity to last for a whole day without a second charge: 4,500 mAh.