Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A series smartphone, the Galaxy A51 has been the subject of a number of headlines in the past few weeks. We’ve already seen a handful of 5K renders of the upcoming Galaxy A series offering. Most recently, the handset was certified by Wi-Fi Alliance under the model number SM-A515F. The certification revealed that the Galaxy A51 will be one of the first smartphones from the South Korean tech giant to boot Android 10 out of the box. Now, the handset has also received certification from the Federal Communications Commission under the same model number SM-A515F.
The Samsung Galaxy A51’s both single and dual-SIM variants have been certified by FCC. Unfortunately, the certification hasn’t revealed anything regarding the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A51. However, it does indicate that Samsung is planning to launch the handset very soon in the near future. Notably, the certification documents mention that the phone will have a battery carrying the model number EB-BA515ABY, which was also suggested by the handset’s BIS certification in India.
Samsung Galaxy A51 specifications and features
Talking about the design, we recently brought you exclusive 5K renders of the Samsung Galaxy A51. The images suggested that the smartphone will come with a nearly bezel-less design, thanks to a hole in the screen to house the selfie camera. The phone is expected to come with an in-display fingerprint sensor, just like the most of the recently launched mid-range phones. At the rear, the device will have a square camera module, which will be home to four lenses and an LED flash unit.
As for the specs, the Samsung Galaxy A51 is said to come with a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED screen, and could be powered by the Exynos 9611 chipset. The handset is tipped to offer 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The device is expected to have a 48MP camera that will be paired by three more sensors – 12MP + 12MP + 5MP. A 4,000mAh battery is expected to complete the list of the specifications.