Samsung’s decision to delve into the mid-range market is paying off and the Smartphone makers have decided to breath fresh air into the Galaxy A series.
Samsung has brought in 6 new devices to its Galaxy A midrange series and they come with 5G support. The devices consist of the 5G variants of some already released phones.
The devices consist of the Galaxy A71 5G, the Galaxy A51 5G, and the Galaxy A21. The A71 5G is the upgraded version of the Galaxy A71 that was launched in January.
It has a 64MP rear camera (64MP + 12MP ultra-wide + 5MP Macro + 5MP Depth) with a 32 MP selfie camera, 6.7inch AMOLED display with 1080p resolution. There is a 4500mAh battery onboard. It comes with 6GB of RAM expandable memory up to 1TB
The Galaxy A21 is a new addition to the Galaxy A series. It sells for around $250 and offers a 6.5-inch display, 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage space. There is also a 4000mAh battery onboard and a 15W fast charge. The rear camera consists of a quad set up with 16MP + 8MP ultra-wide + 2 MP Macro + 2 Depth with a 13MP sensor at the front for selfie.
Another device aimed to compete in the entry level market is the Galaxy A01. The device has a 5MP selfie camera and a 13MP rear camera with 2MP depth. This device has 5.7 inch display and HD+ resolution with a 3000mAh battery and 16GB storage.
Well, this device may have a hard time in Africa with its $110 price tag since Transsion holdings have locked down that price segment with devices offering better battery capacity and storage.
The A51 5G has a 6.5 inch FHD+ OLED Infinity O display with hole-punch camera. There is a 48MP rear camera lens and 4GB of RAM space with a 4000mAh battery and 128GB of storage.
Another device in this series is the A11 with 6.4 inch display, hole punch selfie camera, 2GB of RAM and 32GB storage.
The Galaxy A51 5G is to be released with 6GB of RAM, 15W fast charge, 4500mAh battery, 6.5 inch display panel, 1080p resolution, 48 MP main rear camera sensor with additional 12 MP ultrawide, 5MP depth and 5MP Macro with 32 MP selfie lens.