Many vendors had stepped into the 5G hall of fame during the recent months, and it’s totally understandable. The 5G technology will make internet connections much faster and more stable than before, which means that live streaming will get rid of those annoying interruptions and lag in no time.
The Galaxy A51 smartphone model from Samsung is one of the best selling Android phones from the market, and it couldn’t possibly be lacking a 5G version. Samsung pleased a lot of people when it released Galaxy A51 5G this year in April, and now the gadget becomes available on another telecommunications company.
Get Samsung Galaxy A51 5G at $550
You can get Samsung’s phone from Verizon at only $550, and it’s a low price for what specs this gadget has. The first aspect that stands out when it comes to a phone is obviously its screen. And boy, oh boy, does Galaxy A51 5G indeed qualifies! The phone packs a Super AMOLED display of 6.5 inches and a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. Such a beautiful display will be displaying photos captured with the quad-camera setup mounted on the rear and the 32 MP front camera. The rear camera has a main wide snapper of 48 MP, an ultrawide lens of 12MP, and also the two smaller 5MP lenses (macro and depth).
There’s also video recording in the 4K format for the main camera, while the front camera can shoot Full HD videos at 30fps. The phone still represents a great choice for vlogging, and it’s wrapped by Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.
As for the hardware, Galaxy A51 5G features 6 to 8 GB of RAM, an Exynos 980 chipset, and plenty of storage space to put many videos and high-end games in it: 128GB.
Using Samsung Galaxy A51 5G for a whole day with a single charge shouldn’t be a problem, considering that the phone is also equipped with a 4500 mAh battery and fast charging at 15W.