Samsung has officially unveiled the Samsung Galaxy A51 which features an Infinity-O screen punch design
It also features a quad camera with a 48-megapixel main sensor Buy it now!
The Samsung Galaxy A51 launches with a design closer to the Galaxy A71 but with some minor changes
as the Samsung Galaxy A51 comes in 6.5 inches in a Super AMOLED screen that supports dimensions of 20: 9,
This release also comes with the Exynos 9611 processor chip.
The Galaxy A51 comes with 8 GB RAM,
It also kicks off with a Quad-Camera setup with a rectangular design with a 48-megapixel main sensor,
12-megapixel sensor with 123-degree wide viewing angles, the 5-megapixel sensor for macro photography,
and the last 5-megapixel to support depth of photography.
The phone also includes a 32-megapixel sensor for the front camera that comes in the screen hole, Samsung
It also comes with tools that support the most efficient stabilization when recording video, especially with moving subject photography.
The Galaxy A51 also supports the Galaxy A71 in-screen fingerprint sensor, with Android 10 and One UI 2.0 interface,
The phone also supports two SIM cards with an external microSD memory card, and the phone also includes a 4000 mAh battery,
With 15W fast charging technology.
Galaxy A51 features
a reflective and shiny design with gradient colors, to be available in blue, black
Pink in addition to white, the main model starts from the phone at $ 346, and pre-booking of the phone begins on December 16th.
Samsung Galaxy A51 review:
Perfect in its own reality
The Galaxy A51 has big shoes to fill. It takes the baton from the Galaxy A50, one of the most successful smartphones that Samsung released in 2019. Samsung revamped the entire Galaxy A series last year to become more competitive in the mid-range segment of the market. To that end, it launched a plethora of new devices, including multiple variants several months apart.
That strategy appears to have worked for Samsung and the company is planning to continue it in 2020. It’s kicking things off with the Galaxy A51, one of its most highly anticipated budget handsets of the year. The new handset also carries the Galaxy A50’s tradition of being the first to introduce new features to the budget lineup. The Galaxy A50 brought the optical fingerprint sensor, the Galaxy A51 introduces the macro camera to Samsung’s smartphones.
There’s a lot to dissect here so let’s get right to it. How does the Galaxy A51 stack up against its predecessor, and more importantly, where does it stand on its own merits? Is it worthy of your money? Our Galaxy A51 review will answer these questions for you.
Galaxy A51 design
It’s quite easy to tell the Galaxy A51 apart from its predecessor. Unlike the Galaxy A50 which had an Infinity-U notched display, the Galaxy A51 has an Infinity-O display. The centered punch hole for the front camera allows for a slimmer top bezel. It’s made from the same “glasstic” material as previous Galaxy A devices. It doesn’t feel cheap or obviously plasticky and it’s not slippery either. The subtle curves at the back allow for a comfortable grip during prolonged use.
The new L-shaped camera setup dominates the back, which is adorned by a prism-like crisscross pattern. It’s much more subtle than a gradient finish and the light plays off of it beautifully. Full marks to Samsung for making it so easy on the eyes. The 3.5mm headphone jack, USB Type-C port and speaker are all positioned at the bottom. Given its position, you’ll often find yourself inadvertently covering the speaker grille with your finger when playing a game or watching a video in landscape mode. It’s a slight inconvenience at first but you’ll get used to placing your finger appropriately in time.