Samsung has announced the A-series for 2020 and it is coming to the US. The company has also unveiled two new devices which will add in the series, among which there is the 5G version of the Galaxy A71. There is a total of five smartphones in the series, but for now, four of them are making their way to its first public announcement in the US.
Samsung has not given any promo video for all the devices but we got a video for the Galaxy A21 which was announced recently. The company will start with only two phones for the mass that will be available from today. Pricing of all the devices has been revealed.
The phones that will be available from April 9 are Samsung Galaxy A51 which is priced at $400 for the 4GB + 128GB version and the Galaxy A01 which is priced at $110 with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage. To note the Galaxy A01 is the full android device, unlike the GO Version which is available in many entry-level phones. Reports state that a 5G-ready version of the A51 which will cost $500 is coming on late this summer.
The Samsung Galaxy A11 looks more or less the same as the Galaxy A21, except that the A11 has three rear camera sensors while the A21 has a quad-camera setup. The A11 is the cheaper version of the A21 having a price tag of $180. The Galaxy A21 has a price tag of $250 but it has better camera quality than the A11. Both of them packs in a 4000mAh battery with a 15W charging support.
Samsung Galaxy A71 5G is the top version of the A-series and is the only one till now with 5G connectivity. The device packs in a huge 6.7-inches FHD+ Super AMOLED display. The quad camera on the back is built around a 64MP module, which is joined by a 12MP ultra wide cam and 5MP macro cam plus a 5MP depth sensor. There is punch-hole cut at the top centre of the display which holds a 32MP sensor.
The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 765G because the 4G version packed in the Snapdragon 730. The battery capacity will be 4500mAh and it will support 25W fast charging. The price of the phone is estimated at $600.