Samsung's A series has become a best seller across Europe and beyond, not only because of the design of the terminals, but also the price and benefits it offers us. Finally, Samsung has managed to hit the key to compete with you from the Asian market.
The first terminal that the Korean company will launch in 2020, or at least one of the first, will be the Galaxy A51, a natural successor to the Galaxy A50. As the release date approaches, different renders have been leaked where we can a design very similar to the Galaxy Note 10.
As we can see in the images that accompany this article, the A51 screen will integrate a small hole in the top center of the screen, like the Note range, but also, in the back, we also find similarities, since it will have up to four cameras. The edges of the device surrounding the screen have also been minimized. What seems to be clear is that Samsung wants to take full advantage of the Note 10's design in the mid-range and upper-middle-range terminals that it will soon launch on the market.
The rumors that have been published to date about this terminal, suggest that it will have a 48 mpx main camera (Probably the same one that we found in the Xiaomi Mi 9T and 9T Pro made by the Korean company), accompanied by a 12 mpx ultra wide angle, a 12 mpx telephoto lens and a 5 mpx camera to calculate depth.
The volume buttons are located on the left side of the terminal, it has a jack for headphones and a USB-C port located at the bottom of the terminal next to the speaker. Access to the SIM and microSD card is located on the left side. Inside, the Galaxy A51 is most likely managed by the Exynos 9611, accompanied by 4/6 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB of storage. The front camera will reach 32 mpx and will have a 4,000 mAh battery that supports 15W fast charging.