Foreign media reported that the Samsung Galaxy A51 smartphone has just been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance, knowing that the upcoming machine will support dual-band Wi-Fi and run One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 customization. The exact release date of the aircraft is not yet known. However, as the Geekbench database is known, the Galaxy A51 is based on the Exynos 9611 SoC platform, complemented by 4GB of RAM plus 64 / 128GB ROM, and a 6.5-inch, FHD-AMOLED display.
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On the camera side, the machine uses a four-camera combination of front-facing 32MP, rear 48MP main camera, 12MP wide angle, 12MP, 2X-ray-long-focus, and 5MP depth sensor.
Like previous models, the Galaxy A51 features an off-screen fingerprint scheme, supplemented by a fast-charging 4000mAh battery, measuring 158.4 x 73.7 x 7.9 mm.
There are also power and volume condition buttons on the right side of the body, SIM trays on the left and 3.5mm audio jacks, speaker grilles, and USB Type-C data/charging connectors at the bottom.