Samsung is planning to refresh its Galaxy A series of mid-range Smartphones by adding successors for almost every model in the lineup.
There has been a streak of rumors and leaks relating to these devices and a new set of renders has now revealed what the Galaxy A51 and A71 may look like.
Folks over at SamMobile have released a couple of official-looking press renders for the Galaxy A51 featuring a Galaxy Note 10 like display.
The display has slim bezels all around with a punch-hole selfie camera in the center. All physical buttons have been placed on the right side of the device and it seems Samsung has chosen to omit the Bixby button entirely.
The back has a rather unique L shaped primary camera setup that consists of 4 lenses and an LED flash unit. Samsung says that the Galaxy A51 will be their most affordable quad-camera phone.
Galaxy A51 Rumored Specifications
- Chipset: Exynos 9611
- Display: 6.5-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-O display
- RAM: 4GB/6GB
- Storage: 64GB/128GB
- MicroSD card slot: Yes, up to 512GB
- Main camera (quad): 48 MP + 12MP (ultrawide) + 5MP (depth sensor) + 5MP (macro camera)
- Front camera: 32MP
- Fingerprint sensor: Under-display
- Battery: 4,000 mAh, 15W fast charging
The Galaxy A51 is expected to be announced on December 15 in White, Black, Pink, and Blue color options.
The other recently released render comes courtesy of Evan Blass, a renowned leakster on Twitter that has a history of disclosing credible news.
The Galaxy A71 also resembles the Note 10 in terms of the display. The bezels are razor-thin and the punch-hole selfie camera appears to be smaller than the A51, meaning it is going to have an even more impressive screen to body ratio. The bottom bezel, however, looks to be a bit thicker than the Note 10.
Evan hasn’t revealed anything other than this image or if it is going to officially be called the Infinity-O display.
The Galaxy A71 is expected to show up in February alongside the Galaxy S11 lineup.
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