Samsung’s upcoming smartphone, the Galaxy A51s 5G is now available in Geekbench. From the information available, it is expected to be a 5G-compatible middle-range smartphone with snapdragon 765G.
The Galaxy A51, which is the base of the Galaxy A51s 5G, is the most shipped Android smartphone in the world in the three months of January and March of this year.
A new Galaxy A51 5G model has been available since 2020, but Samsung seems to be preparing to launch the Galaxy A51s 5G.
The Galaxy A51 5G, which appeared in Geekbench under the model name SM-A516V, has been found to have a single-core score of 622 and a multi-core score of 1928.
We don’t know which chipset will be installed at this time, but the Snapdragon 765G is expected to be the most realistic choice because Geekbench information describes Qualcomm octa-core chipsets.
The WiFi Alliance credentials also show that Samsung supports galaxy A51s 5G dual bands of WiFi 2.4GHz and 5GHz.
The Galaxy A51 5G adopts mostly common specs with the Galaxy A51, which became the base model.
The 6.5-inch FHD+AMOLED display has an Exynos 980 chipset. Features include punch hole camera, rear quad camera, in-display fingerprint sensor, One UI 2.0 (Android 10).
The Galaxy A51 5G used Samsung’s Exynos 980 chipset. The fact is that the Exynos chipset is not very highly rated for performance among Galaxy users. With the adoption of the Snapdragon 765G on the Galaxy A51s 5G, we expect to be able to get a high reputation from users ironically.
The Galaxy A series 5G-compatible models, including the Galaxy A51 5G, have been announced and released in countries where 5G services such as the United States and South Korea have been launched. The Galaxy A51s 5G, like the Galaxy A51 5G, is likely to be released in the U.S. and Korea.