A 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy A51 may be on the way
Samsung has released the Galaxy A51 already. Now, a device that seems like a 5G version of the same has surfaced on the Geekbench 5 benchmarking website. It runs the Exynos 980 SoC instead of the 9611, and has 6GB of RAM.
The Samsung Galaxy A51 may be the start of a markedly easy second album for its smartphone series. Now, a new leak suggests that the OEM is planning to add a 5G version of this phone to its line-up. It comes in the form of a new set of Geekbench 5 results for a phone with an appropriate model number.
This number is "samsung SM-A516N", whereas that of the pre-existing A51 is SM-A515F. Should its new scores prove genuine, it is powered by the Exynos 980 SoC, a dual-mode 5G chipset also found in the mid-range Vivo X30 series.
The "SM-A516N" also has 6GB of RAM, whereas the A51 starts with 4. Going by its apparent benchmarking results, it outperforms its extant variant by a good margin. It would be interesting to see how much Samsung might charge for this possible upcoming 5G phone: its 4G counterpart goes for about US$300 at present.
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