Samsung has unveiled two new smartphones in its Galaxy A series, the A51 and A71.
“The Galaxy A71 and A51 are packed with enhanced features: a longer-lasting battery, a smarter camera, and an Infinity-O display,” said Samsung.
The company said its Galaxy A smartphones have become “one of the most beloved smartphone ranges”, and the new devices will continue this trend.
“We know that people want a device that looks good, lasts longer, and captures every experience as it happens – and we’re proud to continue to deliver on those needs with the latest Galaxy A devices.”
Both the A51 and A71 feature quad-sensor camera units on the rear, with the A71 packing a 64MP + 5MP + 5MP + 12MP array.
These camera units include main, ultra-wide, macro, and depth lenses, combined with “intelligent features” to take enhanced photos, said Samsung.
The phones also feature on-screen fingerprint scanners, facial recognition, large batteries, microSD support up to 512GB, and AMOLED displays.
Samsung did not state when the new smartphones will be available or their intended pricing. It was also not stated which operating system the A51 and A71 will run.
The specifications of the smartphones are listed below.
|Display||6.5-inch 2,400 x 1,080 AMOLED|
|Storage||64GB/128GB + MicroSD 512GB|
|Rear Camera||48MP + 5MP + 5MP + 12MP|
|Dimensions||158 x 73 x 7.9 mm (172g)|
|Display||6.7-inch 2,400 x 1,080 AMOLED|
|Storage||128GB + MicroSD 512GB|
|Rear Camera||64MP + 5MP + 5MP + 12MP|
|Dimensions||163 x 76 x 7.7 mm (179g)|