The Samsung Galaxy A71 5G is now a certified Wi-Fi device
Samsung is said to refresh the Galaxy A71 soon with an SoC that supports dual-mode 5G. This could make an initially successful premium mid-tier phone even more popular, albeit probably more expensive in its new SKU. Its existence may be confirmed in a new Wi-Fi Alliance certification.
It shows that Samsung has gotten a phone called the SM-A7160 approved by this body. It, like the 4G/LTE Galaxy A71, (the SM-A715x) has Wi-Fi up to the ac (or 5) level. Therefore, it will not step up to the most up-to-date form of this technology, as it will with its mobile data.
However, it does have dual-band Wi-Fi, at least, as well as Android 10 (presumably skinned with One UI 2.0). Presuming a Geekbench listing for the same phone is also genuine, it will also have up to 8GB of RAM, as with the LTE version. To date, this apparent new-ish Samsung phone does not have a launch date or pricing indications.