AT&T and Comcast’s Xfinity Cellular are bringing Samsung’s $399 Galaxy A51 to their networks this month. The cellphone, which is the successor to the extremely well-liked Galaxy A50, launched on Verizon and Dash in April. Though Samsung plans to launch a 5G version of the handset in the US later this summer, for now solely the LTE-variant is offered.
There’s rather a lot packed into the Galaxy A51. The cellphone comes with 4 rear cameras, together with a fundamental 48-megapixel digicam, an ultrawide 12-megapixel digicam with a 123-degree subject of view, a 5-megapixel macro digicam, and a 5-megapixel depth digicam. Across the entrance there’s a 6.5-inch OLED show with a hole-punch notch containing a 32-megapixel selfie digicam. There’s additionally an in-display fingerprint sensor and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Inside is a 4,000 mAh battery, which could be fast-charged at as much as 15W, and the cellphone is powered by an Exynos 9611 processor.
Oh, and it’s additionally one of many two telephones options in a completely wild Samsung advert from final 12 months.
Though its flagship Galaxy S lineup generates probably the most press protection, latest reviews from market analysis corporations Omdia and Counterpoint Analysis point out that Samsung’s A-series telephones are those that extra folks truly find yourself shopping for globally. Again in February, Omdia reported that the Galaxy A50, the predecessor to the A51, was the fourth best-selling smartphone of the 12 months (behind the iPhone XR, iPhone 11, and Galaxy A10) and Counterpoint Analysis stated it was the best-selling smartphone in Europe.
The Galaxy A51 is offered to order right now from each AT&T and Xfinity Cellular. The machine will formally go on sale on Xfinity Cellular on Might eighth.
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