Samsung Galaxy A51 appears in first renders and passes Wi-Fi certification
Last week we came upon a early look at the upcoming Galaxy A51’s L-shaped quad cameras. The phone also popped up on Geekbench bearing the SM-A515F model number which revealed it would pack the Exynos 9611 SoC and 4GB RAM just like the Galaxy A50s.
Now, we get our first set of renders of the A51 which reveal the quad-cam setup on the back and a centered punch hole in the display similar to the Note10 series.
The upcoming Samsung midranger appears to have minimal bezels with a flat display measuring in at 6.5-inches with a punch hole for the 32MP selfie camera. The dimensions are listed at 158.4 x 73.7 x 7.9mm and the camera bump on the back adds another 0.6mm of thickness.
Speaking of the camera setup it sits in a rectangular cutout that houses the quad cameras and LED flash. Past rumors suggest the main sensor will come in at 48MP, paired with a 12MP ultrawide shooter, 12MP telephoto camera and a 5MP depth helper.
The Samsung Galaxy A51 will also be getting an ample 4,000 mAh battery.
Around the bottom of the phone, we see the loudspeaker, Type-C port and headphone jack.
In related news, the A51 also appeared in a certification entry on the Wi-Fi Alliance database. The listing matched the SM-A515F model number seen before and revealed that the phone will come with dual-band Wi-Fi support and Android 10 out the box.
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- 23 Nov 2019
I also dropped plastic phones in the past and guess what? Survived with no or minimal scuffs marks also. Your comment is Irrelevant
- 23 Nov 2019
You wake up man. did you look at the phones I mentioned?
- 22 Nov 2019