New Samsung Galaxy A51 renders hint at a punch-hole display, quad cameras and a 3.5mm jack
OnLeaks has partnered with PriceBaba to publish a new set of high-resolution, all-angle renders. This time, they pertain to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A51, the possible successor to 2019's A50. Should these new images prove accurate, it will be a relatively attractive low- to mid-range phone with a lot of potentially cost-effective features.
The renders, which come in picture and video form, have been generated in accordance with what OnLeaks has allegedly learned about the Galaxy A51. These details include a decently-sized 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display, which, furthermore, has a 32MP punch-hole selfie camera. This spec, with its central location, makes the phone look somewhat like a Galaxy Note 10-series device.
The Galaxy A51 depicted here may have a nearly bezelless display, toward which the back of the phone curves neatly. This rear panel shown in the new images suggest a rectangular camera module like that of the Galaxy M30s. It may house 48+12+12+5MP lenses, and also accomodate a flash. Inside, the A51 is rumored to have a 4,000mAh battery, as well as One UI 2.0 based on Android 10.
This spec may be derived from the A51's possible appearance on Geekbench 5, as the SM-A515F. It indicates that the 2020 model may be powered by the Exynos 9611 SoC and 4GB of RAM. Finally, its renders also purport to show the device's I/O. They include a USB type C port, a bottom-firing speaker and a headphone jack.