Demonstrating his seriousness to enter the United States market and compete with other mobile phone manufacturers, Samsung announced the lineup of mobile phones to be released for this year 2020, in addition to the flagship trio of Samsung Galaxy S20 series. Samsung added the Galaxy A51 5G as a candidate to attract middle-class Android phones.
The series that was simultaneously introduced was generally the entry class phone to the upper middle class. In addition to a new series like Samsung Galaxy A21, Samsung is also updating its two series of mobile phones with the support of 5G networks, are the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71.
Overall, the specifications are the same as the Samsung Galaxy A51 in general. It uses a patterned glasstic design in the back, and a more modern punch-hole front camera.
Slight difference lies in the pattern made horizontally, as well as the overall dimensions. The Samsung Galaxy A51 5G is slightly larger at 158.9 x 73.6 x 8, 7mm, as well as 15 grams heavier than its predecessor.
That is because the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G has a slightly larger battery capacity at 4500 mAh. Naturally, considering 5G connectivity requires slightly greater power.
Not only that, the chipset used is different. No longer using the Exynos 9611, the Galaxy A51 5G used the Exynos 980 which is more powerful with 8nm fabrication.
The RAM option is available from 6GB to 8GB, with a 128GB UFS 2.0 internal storage. While the camera specifications are exactly the same.
On the front side there is a 32MP f/2.2 camera. While the four cameras behind each of the 48MP F/2.0 resolution, 12MP F/2.2 (Ultra wide-angle), 5MP f/2.4 (macro) and 5MP F/2.2 (depth sensor).