Samsung Galaxy A51, A Smart Choice for Your Money

by Tech Mainstream Staff


May 13, 2020


Samsung Galaxy A51, A Smart Choice for Your MoneySamsung Galaxy A51, Image/Samsung


(Tech Mainstream) The Samsung Galaxy A51 smartphone, retailing at $399.99, is part of Samsung's A Series smartphones for 2020 which include Galaxy A01, Galaxy A11, Galaxy A21 and Galaxy A51.

Galaxy A51 Main Features

The A51 features exemplify what consumers care about most – battery life, camera quality, screen size. The higher end A51 potent features include 4GB of RAM, 128GB of on-board storage, 48MP main lens and a 4,000mAh battery which make multitasking and game on-the-go capabilities more than possible. Crystal-clear, cinematic quality, 6.5” FHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-O display and a super powerful camera also bolster the A51's credentials. A new 5MP Macro Cam (40mm) is also part of the package.

 

Galaxy A51Freebies

The Samsung Galaxy A51 smartphone essentialy balances features and affordability with a sleek, modern design. With the purchase of a Galaxy A51 comes two-months of YouTube Premium, ad-free, offline, and in the background, and six-months of Spotify Premium free. Another freebie is a pair of Galaxy Buds so "you can immerse yourself in your favorite songs and podcasts – and for a limited time, you can get a free pair if you purchase Galaxy A51 from Samsung.com or Amazon.

 

Availabilty and Pricing

Samsung Galaxy A51 5G (retails at $599.99) will be available later this year and will further propel the smartphone's notability with hyper-fast streaming and lag-free gaming. The Galaxy A51 5G will allow "consumers access to the fastest possible mobile speeds, so you can download and share content in a flash." 

With an eligible smartphone trade-in at Samsung.com, the Samsung Galaxy A51 becomes more accessible, as low as $229.99 or $14.58/mo with zero percent interest for 24-months.

 

 

 

 

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