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This is What the Samsung Galaxy A51 Will Look Like

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Back in February, Samsung unveiled its newly revamped Galaxy A-series devices. These devices come with improved specs and a new design that is a lot better than the previous models. One of those devices, the Galaxy A51, has leaked online.

The leak shows some renders of the Samsung Galaxy A51. The photos come from credible leaker, @OnLeaks, together with Pricebaba. The photos give a glimpse at what the Galaxy A51 is supposed to look like when it gets launched.

The most noticeable feature of the Galaxy A51 is its hole-punch cutout in the middle. Apart from the photos, @OnLeaks shares some specs of the device. The phone is said to carry a 6.5-inch display. It is rumored to run on an Exynos 9611 processor with 6GB of RAM and 128GB expandable memory.

On the back, there are four cameras available in an L-shape, namely a 48-megapixel main sensor, 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, 12-megapixel telephoto sensor with 2x optical zoom, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. The phone is said to have a 32-megapixel sensor in front.

Other notable features of the device include a 4,000mAh battery, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a loudspeaker grill and, a USB Type-C port. Just like its predecessors, the Galaxy A51 will be equipped with an in-display sensor so there is no physical fingerprint sensor. 

There's no word yet on its pricing and release date.


Source: AndroidCentral 

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  1. I have the A50. Great backup phone. Just make sure you get the U variant and not the G variant. The G variants have more LTE bands but it has compatibility issues on US carriers.the U variants even though much more restricted on LTE bands for some reason do permit VoLTE. The G variants even though provisioed for VoLTE, only make calls on UMTS/HSPDA. This important when purchasing the phones unlocked.

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  2. To the above person that posted about the G vs U variant.
    I have developed software for phones before and if they advertise it as compatible it is. It is usually nothing more than changing a setting or a file to enable something that has been disabled. No one should buy LTE restricted phones just because someone claims Samsung is lying about support. They could be, but more likely it is a re-seller that is responsible for the misconfiguration.

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  3. Will this device be available on Boost mobile?

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    1. No. The phone will work on GSM carriers such as AT&T,T-Mobile, Cricket, Metro. Boost is a CDMA carrier

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