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Samsung Galaxy A51 5G Reportedly in Development, Might Launch Soon in South Korea

Samsung Galaxy A51 5G Reportedly in Development, Might Launch Soon in South Korea Samsung Galaxy A51 will reportedly carry the model n...



Samsung Galaxy A51 5G Reportedly in Development, Might Launch Soon in South Korea
Samsung Galaxy A51 will reportedly carry the model number SM-A516N in Samsung's home market.



Samsung Galaxy A51 5G Reportedly in Development, Might Launch Soon in South Korea


Samsung Galaxy A51 5G Reportedly in Development, Might Launch Soon in South Korea
Samsung Galaxy A51 is claimed to pack 128GB of internal storage

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Samsung Galaxy A51 might soon launch in South Korea
There are not any details on its specifications and pricing yet
Samsung Galaxy A51 might pack a special SoC from the quality version
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Samsung Galaxy A51
Samsung is reportedly gearing up to feature 5G support to more mid-range phones within the Galaxy A-series, and therefore the next phone to urge the 5G treatment might rather be the Galaxy A51. A new report says that Samsung is functioning on a replacement Galaxy A51 variant that gives 5G support, and can reportedly debut as Galaxy A51 5G. Details about the phone's internal specifications aren't referred to as of now, but Samsung Galaxy A51 5G might pack a special SoC, since the one powering the quality Galaxy A51 only supports 4G connectivity and lacks a 5G modem.

As per a replacement report from SamMobile, the Galaxy A51 5G will reportedly carry the model number SM-A516N and can pack 128GB of internal storage. In comparison, the quality Galaxy A51 has the SM-A515F model number. The speculation is additionally supported by the very fact that the quality Galaxy Note 10+ has the SM-N975F model number for the international market, but the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G for the South Korean market carries the model number SM-N976N. It is said that the Galaxy A51's 5G variant is headed to South Korea , but there's no word on its availability outside Samsung's home market.

However, Samsung may need to tweak the Galaxy A51's internal hardware to feature 5G support, specifically the chipset. The Galaxy A51's LTE variant is powered by the Exynos 9611 SoC, which does not support 5G. This leaves Samsung with two options. The first one is to feature the in-house Exynos 5100 5G modem to the Exynos 9611 SoC inside the Galaxy A51. Or alternatively, equip it with a replacement 5G SoC, which can include an in-house solution as seen within the Exynos 980 SoC, or a third-party solution like the MediaTek Dimensity lineup or Qualcomm's 76x series SoCs that accompany an integrated 5G modem. But so far, there's no word when the Galaxy A51 will launch or what proportion it'll cost.

Credit/Courtesy- Gadgets360/NDTV

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