Samsung unveiled Galaxy A51 and A71 mid-rangers with quad-cameras

The next Samsung smartphones in 2020, especially Galaxy S11 series, will probably get the vertical rectangular camera setup.

Samsung Galaxy S11 and S11 Plus have been leaked and revealed to us a rectangular shape camera set up on the back. Usually, Samsung releases its flagship lineup in six-months frequency between the S series and the Note series. Due to Samsung Note 10 released in August this year, the S series will set to come back eventually some days after CES 2020. Before this, Samsung just draws everyone's attention to unveil their A series mid-rangers, Galaxy A51 and A71 before the arrival of the CES 2020 event in Las Vegas.

Samsung Galaxy A51 and S71 are coming as cheaper and beautiful handsets with various lighter color options. At a glance, we see a rectangular camera setup with four modules in L-shape implementation on their back and a single setup of a punch-hole front-facing camera.

Galaxy A51

Samsung's Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 smartphones are designed for various price points, yet they have many similarities. Since they're designed for the mid-range market, both handsets come in a plastic body that depends on the model houses either a massive 6.5-inch (A51) or a 6.7-inch (A71) Infinity-O Super AMOLED. The display spots with ultrawide 20:9 aspect ratio, surprisingly, they're not 18:9 or CinemaWide 21:9. Instead of using the latest Corning's Gorilla Glass, but in turn, the display is protected with Corning's Gorilla Glass 3. Unfortunately, this Galaxy A series is not water-resistant.

Galaxy A71

Elsewhere, the camera is one of the most features that everyone usually concerns about, Samsung has tried to bring as much of this down to its mid-range phones as possible. All these smartphones feature a 48MP or 64MP main module rear camera setup, an ultra-wide 12MP lens, a 5MP depth sensor, and a 5MP dedicated macro module. Ultimately, a 32MP selfie punch-hole camera is the completion of the camera range for both devices.

Let's talk about their internal hardware, the Galaxy A51 is powered by the Exynos 9611 SoC, which offers 4 Cortex-A73 cores plus 4 Cortex-A53 cores. This is paired with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash storage. Besides, the Galaxy A71 is based on the Snapdragon 730, which has a 2x Cortex-A76 plus 6x Cortex-A55 SoC and accompanied by 6 GB or 8 GB of memory, as well as 128 GB of flash storage. The Galaxy A51 and A71 support 4G/LTE, Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.1, navigation, a USB 2.0 Type-C port, an under-screen fingerprint reader, and include a 4,000 or 4,500 mAh battery respectively.

Samsung has launched its Galaxy A51 and Galaxy 71 in Poland and Vietnam, and while other markets have not yet been revealed. By late December, the A51 will be available in Vietnam, so expect the A71 to hit the market a little later.