Samsung is working on its next mid-range smartphone, and yes, the rendered video of the device is out already. The smartphone, dubbed as Galaxy A51, is a next-generation Galaxy A50-lineup smartphone.
This time on Galaxy A51, we can see a quad-camera setup available on the phone. Including the three vertically placed sensors, you will find an extra sensor just below the flash LED.
This time, the sAMOLED panel goes edge-to-edge, almost, and has a punch-hole display. Also, note that the display looks flat. The display size has also increased slightly to 6.5-inch.
We can expect a usual In-Display fingerprint scanner onboard. However, there is slight to no changes between the specifications of the A50s and the rumored Galaxy A51. It might feature the same Exynos 9611, 4GB/6GB RAM, and with the trend, a 48MP main camera, however, the rest of the camera specifications aren’t known yet.
A good thing to know is the smartphone still features a 3.5-mm headphone jack. The best thing is the smartphone will feature Android 10 with One UI 2.0 or 2.5 out of the box. Also, the phone has gained some weight already.
Video Link here.
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