In December of last year, Samsung released two new mid-range Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51 smartphones in Vietnam. The shape of the two holes in the center of the two machines is similar to the Galaxy S20 in the news. In addition, the two new smartphones have rectangular cameras in the upper left corner of the back. And now we have a little information about the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G. smartphone.
The 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy A51 with the model number of SM-516N recently appeared on the GeekBench database. Unlike the 4G version equipped with Exynos 9611, the 5G version comes with the self-developed Orion 980 processor.
As can we see from the GeekBench database, the smartphone comes with an Android 10 operating system and a built-in 6GB RAM. In the single-core test, the new Samsung machine scored 679 points, and the multi-core scored 1848 points.
There is no more information about the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G version at present. However, according to the convention, other parts of the machine except the processor may not change much compared to the A51.
The previously released A51 4G version uses a 6.5-inch screen, optical fingerprints under the screen. It comes in versions of 4 + 64GG or 6 + 128GB storage, a maximum 512GB expansion (three card slots). The latter has a battery capacity of 4000mAh (15W fast charge), body thickness of 7.7mm, and a heavy of 172g.
The rear rectangular L-shaped four-shot camera configuration is 48MP (F2.0) + 12MP wide-angle + 5MP depth + 5MP macro. The front camera is a 32MP selfie lens. The smartphone comes with Android 10 based OneUI 2.0 system, USB -C interface, reserved 3.5mm headphone jack, Dolby Atmos speakers.