Samsung’s A Series smartphones are brand’s first mid-range devices to support 5G connectivity
Samsung has announced that the A Series line will be gaining its first fifth-generation wireless (5G) models: the Galaxy A71 5G and Galaxy A51 5G.
This year, Samsung is expanding 5G connectivity beyond its flagship lineups to its midrange A Series devices; on Wednesday, the company announced the Galaxy A71 5G and Galaxy A51 5G smartphones will be the first handsets in the series to gain the premium feature, one that will become as normal as 4G relatively soon.
Apart from the updated connectivity, the pair of devices are essentially the same as their 4G iterations, which also have premium features inside their midrange bodies, as well. All models have Infinity-O, 4-kilo front displays, a quad rear camera array and hefty 4,500 mAh (milliamp Hour) batteries.
While the A51 5G has a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display, the A71 offers a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus display for those in need of more screen real estate. In terms of the main camera on the rear, the former’s clocks in at 48 megapixels and the latter at 64 megapixels; complementing these, each also has a 12-megapixel Ultra Wide camera, 5-megapixel Macro camera, and 5-megapixel Depth camera.
Finally, each comes with 128 Gigabyte of internal storage, 6 Gigabyte or 8 Gigabyte of random-access memory, and Micro SD (Secure Digital) supports up to 1 Terabyte.
The Galaxy A71 5G will be priced at $500 (over P25,200) and the Galaxy A51 5G at $600 (over P30,300) when they launch this summer. CL /ra