Samsung has just released two new mid-range 5G smartphones, the Galaxy A71 and galaxy A51, with a Super AMOLED display, 4500 mAh battery, 32MP front-facing selfie camera, and a pre-installed Android 10 custom OneUI 2.0 software. Consumers can choose black, silver, blue, white, powder and other colors, starting at $499 / $599.
On the chipset side, both machines use the Exynos 990 SoC, which integrates 5G modems. Beyond that, the two are not much different from the 4G LTE release, which will be available in December 2019.
The 5G version of the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 models feature a Super AMOLED display, integrated off-screen fingerprint recognition, built-in 4500 mAh battery, and 15W fast charge.
As the pioneer of Samsung’s mid-range 5G smart spline, the company has set a starting price of $499.99 / $599.99 (approximately 3524 / 4237 RMB) for the U.S. market.
The Galaxy A51 5G version features a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED centered punch screen with a 6.5-inch , FHD-plus resolution (2400 x 1080).
An octa-core plus 2.2GHz Exynos 980 processor with a 5G baseband, optional 6GB RAM, 128GB ROM / 8GB RAM, and 128GB ROM storage mix (supporting 1TB microSD expansion).
The 5G Galaxy A51 model is 73.6 x 158.9 x 8.7 mm in size and weighs 187g. In addition to the front-facing 32MP single camera, the machine also features a four-camera combination of the rear 48MP main camera, 5MP macro, 12MP wide angle, and 5MP depth sensor.
The 5G version of the Galaxy A71 features a Super AMOLED Plus punch screen with a 6.7-inch SHD plus (resolution 1080 x 2400).
The processor is an octa-core exynos 980 SoC with 8GB of RAM and 128GB ROM (microSD expansion is supported),
Battery capacity of 4500mAh, support s25W Super Fast Charge. The body size is 75.5 x 162.5 x 8.1 mm and weighs 185g.
The front-facing camera is 32MP, and the rear is a four-camera combination of 64MP master cameras, 12MP ultra-wide angle, 5MP depth, 5MP macro.