The Galaxy A51 is slated for a launch on December 12 in Vietnam but the handset has also appeared on the FCC recently, as we reported earlier. Now, the renovated design of the handset hasn’t quite remained a secret, especially after the CAD render leak by Onleaks. However, the FCC has sort of confirmed that design as we’ve found images revealing the frontal facia and display of the phone today. Samsung has strangely opted to use a uniform design through its entire premium smartphone portfolio next year when it comes to the front of the devices. All leaks point to a central hole-punch on the A-series phones above the Galaxy A51 all the way up to the Galaxy S11 trio.
It all starts with the Galaxy A51 though and as you can see in these images, there’s a central hole-punch on the device here. It also shows a 3.5mm headphone jack, presumably a Type-C port, and speakers. The display edges aren’t curved and we don’t expect them to be either as that’s usually reserved for Samsung’s Galaxy S11 series.
From our previous encounter, it seems Samsung will bundle earphones along with the premium smartphone. The CAD renders also revealed the rear side of the handset which is a rectangular module placed on the top left corner. Rumour has it that Samsung will be using a 48MP primary shooter, a 12MP wide-angle camera, a 5MP macro lens and a 5MP depth sensor. Since there’s no visible fingerprint reader, we can expect an on-screen biometric reader. Other than that, a 6.5-inch AMOLED display powered by a 4,000mAh battery (as per our exclusive tip) and an Exynos 9611 octa-core processor is being speculated to complete the hardware.