The Samsung Galaxy A51, which was launched alongside the Galaxy A71 in December 2019, can now be purchased through the Xfinity Mobile and AT&T networks in the USA. The smartphone, a successor to the Galaxy A50, was initially launched on the Verizon and Sprint carriers.
The Samsung Galaxy A51 is available in a single Prism Crush Black color and has 4GB of RAM with 128GB of internal storage. The smartphone is priced at a reasonable $400, which can be paid in installments.
The 5G versions of the A51 and A71 were announced last month (April 2020), but Samsung is yet to release them in the US, with plans for this variant suggesting a release later this summer. Presently, only the LTE-variant of this device is available in the US.
The Galaxy A51 is sold through Samsung USA’s official site, with the unlocked model not yet available for purchase in the US. This smartphone has the Exynos 9611 chipset under the hood, with a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display of FullHD+ resolution and a punch hole for the device’s 32MP selfie camera.
You can look through the detailed specifications on this device here. The Galaxy A51 is expected to officially go on sale on Xfinity mobile from the 8th of May 2020.
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