Two days are keeping us apart from the new redesign Samsung Galaxy A series. The company is changing the A-series, and on December 12th will launch the Samsung Galaxy A51. If, until now, we had only rumors about the successor of the Galaxy A50, we know that the next model has the FCC certification. So now we know for sure that Samsung Galaxy A51 will have the L-shaped camera and the punch-hole display.
Samsung Galaxy A51 – Design and Specs
Samsung Galaxy A51 will be quite similar to the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy S10 Lite on the punch-hole display. From the renders, we know that the display will have a 6.5 inches Super AMOLED screen, with a resolution of 1080×2340 pixels FHD+ and 396 PPI.
Moving to the hardware department, Samsung Galaxy A51 is sporting an Octa-Core Exynos 9611 chipset, alongside with 6GB of RAM and 128GB for the internal storage. Of course, the storage will be expandable, so don’t worry.
However, what we don’t know now is if the Galaxy A51 will have one single RAM and internal storage version, or multiple options. The most awaited department, the camera setup, will come in an L-shaped on the back of the phone. We could talk about a 48MP primary sensor, 12MP ultra-wide-angle sensor, plus two more sensors, one with 5MP for depth and one with a 5MP macro sensor. Also, the front of the phone will come with a punch-hole aligned in the center of the display, and if the rumors are right, a selfie camera with a 32MP sensor.
Samsung Galaxy A51 – More Features
The other features are quite standard but useful, such as a Type-C port, the Dual VoLTE, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi, plus the 3.5 mm headphone jack included. Samsung Galaxy A51 will have a big battery, 4.000 mAh, and 15W fast charging.
Finally, Samsung does not focus solely on the current Galaxy A51 because we have rumors that are saying that in development, the company has Galaxy Note 10 Lite, the Galaxy A91, and the Galaxy S10 Lite.
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