Samsung seems to be planning to launch a new Galaxy A series smartphone called the Galaxy A51 in the near future. Ahead of an official announcement, the purported Samsung Galaxy A51 has appeared in the database of the popular benchmarking website Geekbench. The smartphone has been benchmarked under the model number SM-A515F. The benchmarking app has revealed some details regarding the specifications of the Galaxy A51, including its processor, software version, and RAM capacity. The phone will arrive as the successor of the Samsung Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A50s, which were unveiled in March and September respectively.
Samsung Galaxy A51 specifications and features
If the listing on the Geekbench is to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy A51 could be powered by the brand’s in-house Exynos 9611 processor, just like the recently launched Galaxy A50s. The smartphone has been benchmarked running Android 10, which will make it one of the first handsets from the brand to offer the latest iteration of the Android operating system. Lastly, the benchmark has suggested that one of the variants of the Galaxy A51 could offer 4GB of RAM. The single-core score of the handset is 323, while the multi-core score is 1,185 points.
As of now, there’s no word regarding the other specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A51 at the moment. However, since the smartphone has just been benchmarked, we expect it to be officially introduced in the coming weeks.
Talking about the recently launched Samsung Galaxy A50s, it is a mid-range offering with an under-display fingerprint sensor and a triple primary camera setup at the rear. The phone comes in two RAM and storage variants – 4GB + 64GB and 6GB + 128GB. They are priced at Rs 22,999 and Rs 24,999. The smartphone is available to buy via major brick-and-mortar stores as well as e-commerce portals.