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Samsung Develops 5G Budget Smartphones for the US

Samsung’s development line of budget smartphones seems quite complicate yet innovative. The company had many variants being only re-releases of smartphones from other countries. One of those devices is the Galaxy A71, which was presented at CES. Samsung didn’t look like it has other projects for a US launch, at all. Currently, however, a change of plans occurred, and the US might see the A71 variant, arriving as a budget 56 smartphone.

The Upcoming A71 is Welcomed to the US

According to SamMobile, Samsung has begun working on two new A71 versions, SM-A716U, respectively, the SM-A71U1. The devices are rumored to arrive as unlocked variants and to be a carrier, as well. We don’t have any other details, unfortunately, so we can only expect a lot of features.

But if the newly 5G variant would resemble the existing A71’s features, we can make some predictions. For example, a 6.7-inch AMOLED display, 6/8 GB RAM, 128 GB of internal storage, and a 4,500mAh battery. Other features might include a headphone jack and four rear cameras. As for the 5G smartphone release, Samsung made available for the US, only the Note10 5G and S10 5G.

Both devices were released with a considerable price tag, so it would be perfect for the US to receive a budget alternative. Samsung didn’t release any official statements, so we should prepare for some leaks first, as the trend of such a thing became so popular. The upcoming 5G variant might come as a smart release of innovative features and smooth design.

The US Variants of S10 5G and Note10 5G

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G was introduced as the first smartphone of the company with the 5G connectivity. The device arrived with a 6.7-inch curved display, a powerful Snapdragon processor, fingerprint scanners, and an HDR10+ AMOLED display. It utilizes four cameras, an ultra-wide lens, telephoto, and wide-angle. As for Note10 5G, the device came with a 6.7-inch display, 8 GB RAM, 4,500mAh for its battery, and an Exynos 9820 processor.

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