The South Korean electronics giant – Samsung has introduced Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51 earlier this year, and we know the A71 is getting a 5G version in select markets. Whereas, its younger sibling Galaxy A51 is also getting the 5G support.
The Samsung Galaxy A51 5G version is upcoming soon and we finally get to see a clear glimpse of it. Almost similar to the regular Galaxy A51, the back of the 5G variant of A51 has a different pattern, which looks similar to the Samsung Galaxy A91 5G.
The Samsung Galaxy A51 5G picture is courtesy of @evleaks, so we have good reason to trust its reliability.
Earlier today, on the company’s South Korean website, we noticed a support page named SM-A516N, which was cross-referenced to a certain GeekBench listing, which mentioned an Exynos 980 chipset.
Now, thanks to the images, we can be extra bit surer that this is likely to be the only change in the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G specs sheet, compared to the normal Galaxy A51, which packs Exynos 9611 chipset.
From the external looks of things, at least, the camera placement and arrangement remain unchanged – an L-shaped quad-camera setup with a 48MP main shooter.
If the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G turns out to be the same in terms of physical appearance to its siblings, we can also guess that the same will likely be true for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A71 5G.
More specs and details should surface in the following days, but having an official support page means the smartphone is pretty much ready for launch, so we might even get the full scoop of the device soon enough.