Samsung reportedly developing mid-range, Galaxy A51 with 5G support. Insights regarding the smartphone’s inner details are not known starting at now, yet Samsung Galaxy A51 5G may pack an alternate SoC, since the one driving the standard Galaxy A51 just backings 4G connectivity and comes up short on a 5G modem.
The Galaxy A51 5G will apparently convey the model number SM-A516N and will pack 128GB storage. In examination, the standard Galaxy A51 has the SM-A515F model number. The theory is additionally bolstered by the way that the standard Galaxy Note 10+ has the SM-N975F model number for the global market, however the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G for the South Korean market has the model number SM-N976N.
It is said that the Galaxy A51’s 5G variation is made a beeline for South Korea, yet there is no word on its accessibility outside Samsung’s home market. Samsung may need to change the Galaxy A51’s inner hardware to include 5G support, explicitly the chipset.
The Galaxy A51’s LTE variation is powered by the Exynos 9611 SoC, which doesn’t bolster 5G. This leaves Samsung with two choices. The first is to include the in-house Exynos 5100 5G modem to the Exynos 9611 SoC inside the Galaxy A51.
Or on the other hand then again, outfit it with another 5G SoC, which may consist of in-house solution as found in the Exynos 980 SoC, or an outsider solution, including the MediaTek Dimensity lineup or Qualcomm’s 76x series SoCs that accompany an incorporated 5G modem. Yet, up until now, there is no word when the Galaxy A51 will dispatch or the amount it will cost.
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