After we got to our first look at the upcoming Galaxy A51 last week, a new set of renders just revealed its bigger brother - the Samsung Galaxy A71. The phone appears to follow the same design language with a centered punch hole in the display, slim bezels all around and an L-shaped camera on the back.
The Galaxy A71 is believed to feature a 6.7-inch Infinity-O AMOLED display with a built-in fingerprint reader and 32MP selfie cam. The front design is quite similar to that of the Galaxy Note10 series with the exception of the flat glass.
Going around the back we see a clean design with a Samsung logo in the bottom half and a rectangular glass cutout in the top left which house the quad-camera setup and LED flash. According to speculations, the main sensor will have 48MP resolution, while the phone will also feature a 12MP ultrawide camera, 12MP telephoto module and a ToF sensor.
The right side houses the power and volume keys while the SIM slot is located on the left. The bottom is where we find the headphone jack, Type-C port and speaker grill. The dimensions come in at 163.5 x 76 x 7.9 mm.
The Galaxy A71 was spotted in a Geekbench listing back in August which revealed it's packing the Snapdragon 675 paired with 8GB RAM, and running Android 10. We’ll surely see more details of the new Galaxy-A series phone soon enough so we’ll update you with our findings.
sd 675 is deal breaker
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Latest leaks are showing that it will be an IPS LCD display, not an AMOLED.