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This is the sequel to Samsung's best mid-ranger in years



Samsung is fighting the Chinese attack in India with a smattering of attractive budget-friendly phones. We named the Galaxy A50 Samsung's best mid-ranger for several years in our review, and the follow-up is shaping up to be even better.

Steve Hemmerstof, aka OnLeaks, and the people of Pricebaba have published what is alleged to be the first title of the Samsung Galaxy A51

. This sequel to the Galaxy A50 and its smaller variant The Galaxy A50s is expected to debut early next year.

As usual, these are made based on leaked fall factory schedules, so that the final finish and visual appearance of the Galaxy A51 may be slightly different.

The Galaxy A51 has a 6.5-inch AMOLED display and measures 158.4 x 73.7 x 7.9 mm. It's very similar to the Galaxy A50, but Samsung has used some changes that separate the phones.

  samsung galaxy a51 leaked do 1 Pricebaba [19659008] On the front, the water on the Galaxy A50 has been replaced by a hole camera located in the center of the screen, just like in the Note 10 series.

On the flip side, the big change is the larger camera module, which now has four cameras arranged in an "L" pattern. Like the A50, the fingerprint sensor will be integrated into the screen and the phone will continue to have a headphone port.

The Galaxy A51 cameras, according to some older reports, will combine a 48MP shooter, with a 12MP wide-angle lens, a 12MP 2x telephoto, and a 5MP depth sensor. The front shooter will hit 32MP. The Galaxy A51 will also have a solid, if not impressive 4,000 mAh battery.

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Galaxy A51 has some big shoes to fill – in our review we noted the Galaxy A50's versatile cameras, good performance and well-optimized software as its main selling point. Of course, more competition comes from other brands – especially Xiaomi and Realme have been eroding Samsung's market share in India and other Asian markets.


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