Samsung has not been quiet about its revamped Galaxy A series of devices. So far, the company announced successors to the Galaxy A10, A30, and A50 – all with the S name at the end. These phones had just minor upgrades, with no change in core elements like the processors.
However, that does not mean the company has stopped there. From what we have learned – there is more to come.
Samsung is already geared up to announce the Galaxy A51, which will take over the Galaxy A50s. The phone will sport a quad-camera setup on the rear and shrunk bezels, which are proposedly the major highlights.
Out of the box, the phone is touted to come with Android 10. Also, the device will reportedly feature a Galaxy Note 10 like punch-hole selfie camera that houses a 32MP lens.
Leaked renders have shown a rectangular camera bump on the back, with the lenses arranged in an L-shape. The primary camera is expected to be a 48MP primary lens. On top of that is a 12MP ultra-wide camera, a 12MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom, and a 5MP lens for depth sensing. Leaks have also suggested a 6.5-inch flat display.
Some other common features also come in the package, including a USB Type C port, a headphone jack, and a microSD card slot for storage expansion. The Galaxy A51 is expected to run on Samsung’s Exynos 9611 Octa-core chipset paired with either 4 GB or 6GB of RAM.
A 4,000mAh will be the main power source, and we also expect a minimum of 64GB of internal storage.
The official announcement is still unknown, but there have been reports on support pages surfacing on Samsung Russia’s site, which is a tip that the announcement may not be far away.
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