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Samsung Announces 5G Versions for both Galaxy A51 and A71 Smartphones

While a lot of people are saying that 5G connectivity is the technology of the future, we believe that it’s also the technology of the present. More and more smartphone manufacturers are bringing to the stores mobile devices capable of 5G support, and we cannot be otherwise but extremely delighted for it.

On Wednesday (April 8), Samsung was proud to announce the addition of 5G capabilities for the Galaxy A51 and A71 phones. The South Korean giant sure made the right move since the A-series smartphones are generally the company’s best selling phones. Let’s see what the upgraded phones are now capable of:

Samsung Galaxy A51 5G

This gadget has a Super AMOLED display, with 1080×2400 pixels for the resolution, and 6.5 inches for the size. This beautiful screen is able to exhibit photos made with the quad-camera setup from the rear (48 MP), or with the selfie camera from the front (32 MP). The phone is also perfect for vlogging since the front camera is so powerful. The video recording capabilities are the following: 2160p@30fps, 1080p@30/120fps.

With an octa-core Exynos 980 processor, the 5G version of the Galaxy A51 is available in two versions of RAM: 6 GB and 8 GB.

Samsung Galaxy A71 5G

With the same type of display and resolution as the A51 5G model, this phone’s screen is a little bigger: 6.7 inches. The primary camera is also better, being a quad-camera setup of 64 MP. The selfie camera is the same as the one from A51 5G: 32 MP. Vlogging can be a good way of using this model of Samsung as well. The processor and RAM versions are the same as those from the A51 5G model.

With these upgraded phones, Samsung has two more mid-range devices that will be sold frequently. We would like to know something about the prices, but for the moment there’s no word regarding this aspect.



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