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Samsung Galaxy A51 Review: Quad Cameras, 6GB RAM & Much More

Last week Samsung brought the Samsung Galaxy A51 smartphone to India. This is the new A-series smartphone in India. It looks like the company is expanding its A-series in India. The phone was launched in a single variant in India that has the 6GB RAM. The biggest highlight and change in the phone is the presence of the hole-punch display. The phone has a lot of updates over the previous Samsung Galaxy A50s smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy A51 With Infinity-O-Display

As per the Samsung, the newly launched Samsung Galaxy A51 smartphone is the first phone that comes with the infinity-O display with a macro camera. Apart from this big change most of the specifications of the phone are just like the predecessor such as the AMOLED display, processor etc. Well, the latest phone of Samsung competes with the like of the Redmi K20 Pro. But if we compare both, Redmi K20 Pro is still the best among the two.

Design of Galaxy A51

In terms of design, the phone is similar to the Galaxy A50s smartphone. There is a polycarbonate body and a fingerprint sensor on the display. The company is also providing a case in the box of the phone. The biggest change is the presence of the infinity-O display. This type of display is the first in the A-series of the smartphone of Samsung. The hole punch is just in the middle of the display (upper). This is similar to the display that is present in the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.

The hole punch display gives a premium look to the phone and it is the key highlight of the phone. There is no specific changes in the design of the phone. There are also slim bezels around the phone and it looks amazing. On the right side of the phone, there is a sim card tray in which we can use two sim cards (nano) and microSD card. At the bottom of the phone, there is a headphone jack and Type C-port for charging.

Specifications of Samsung Galaxy A51

The phone has an Exynos 9611 processor on it. The is similar to the processor present in the Galaxy A50s. There is a 6GB RAM on the phone and 128Gb of internal storage. In terms of display, the phone has 6.50-inches with a screen resolution of 1080×2400 pixels. The phone runs on Android 10 operating system and with Samsung One UI 2.0.

Performance 

In terms of the performance of the Samsung Galaxy A51, it is similar to the Galaxy A50. It comes with the Dolby Atmos but only if you plug the headphones. The speaker at the bottom of the phone is not very much loud but it is perfect for personal listening. The best aspect of the phone is its display. The brightness of the phone is also very decent.

There is a 4000mAh battery on the phone that gives a runtime of around 15 hours while watching HD videos. The phone also supports fast charging and it will get charge up to 67 percent in just one hour. Again if we match this with the Redmi K20 Pro, the later one charge up to 80 percent in one hour.

Camera of Galaxy A51

Moving to the most important part i.e the camera of the phone, Galaxy A51 smartphone has a quad-camera at the back. There are 4 camera lenses at the back of the phone. The rear camera of the phone has 48MP primary sensor, 12MP wide-angle camera lens, 5MP depth-sensor and a 5MP macro camera. In the low light, the camera is perfect. The live focus mode present in the camera also blurs the background. It can shoot videos at up to 4K. On the front, there is a 32MP camera for selfies and video calling.

Conclusion

The phone price is slightly higher than the price of Galaxy A50s. But by paying a little more you will get one extra camera as there are four cameras on the phone. Also, you will experience the hole-punch display design on the phone. If we compare the phone with the Redmi K20 Pro, then the Redmi phone is slightly better as it offers HDR display and the flagship processor. But if you are a Samsung fan then you can easily go up with the Samsung Galaxy A51 smartphone.

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