Samsung released its Galaxy A51 model last year in December, and it was another good competitive for top smartphones made by the South Korean tech giant. With a huge Super AMOLED display of 6.5 inches, 4 to 8 GB of RAM, Exynos 9611 octa-core chipset, a 48 MP camera setup on the rear, and a 32 MP selfie camera ideal for vlogging, the phone is a true beast.
But Samsung never seems to rest, and it’s now working on a 5G version for its Galaxy A51 smartphone. 2020 is expected to become a year flooded with 5G devices, and we can’t be anything else but very excited about it. 5G technology will be used in various useful ways like preventing car accidents, and many others.
What to expect
Samsung Galaxy A51 5G will be another hell of a phone, according to the cross-platform processor benchmark GeekBench. The gadget will be powered by Samsung’s in-house Exynos 980 CPU, which is great news. This processor is powerful enough to handle difficult tasks at ease, like running highly demanding games or opening many tabs at once in the browser.
Also, the 5G version of Galaxy A51 will be packed with a quad-camera setup on the rear. It will feature 48 MP, the same as the non-5G A51 model. The design of the phone is pretty elegant and assures a comfortable touch. The display has rounded corners, and the back panel has a unique finish.
The phone has Android v10 (Q) as the operating system, and it’s Dual SIM. While we don’t have an official release date for Galaxy A51 5G, we can expect from unofficial sources that it will arrive on April 2. One thing’s for sure, though: the 5G version of Galaxy A51 cannot be anywhere below the non-5G version of the phone in terms of specifications.