Samsung is making 5G more accessible for people in the US starting this week, with the launch of the Galaxy A51 5G.
The phone will land at T-Mobile and Samsung.com on August 7, and will be priced at $499.99. It follows the Galaxy A71 5G, which Samsung released in the US back in June for $599.99.
The Galaxy A51 5G UW will be available at Verizon on August 13. Metro will sell it too at some undisclosed point, with additional carrier and retail partners to follow.
The A51 5G has a 6.5" 1080x2400 Super AMOLED touchscreen with a centered hole-punch for the 32 MP selfie camera, 128GB of storage, 6 or 8GB of RAM, and a quad rear camera setup (48 MP main, 12 MP ultrawide, 5 MP macro, 5 MP depth sensor).
If the US version turns out to be identical to the international model, then expect to see the Exynos 980 chipset at the helm, and a 4,500 mAh battery with 15W charging. The A51 5G runs Android 10 with One UI 2 on top.
Samsung M51, which is very similar to this phone, with Snadragon 730, Amoled display, 8gb RAM, 7000 mAh battery will be launched in India for ₹ 23,000 . That is almost half the price of this A51 5G.
Actually, only the A51 5G's back is plastic. The frame between the AMOLED panel and plastic back is Aluminium, which maintains the structural integrity when the phone is put under stress. Whereas the Nord is completely plastic. You can see that ...