Samsung Galaxy A51 bags Bluetooth certification

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While Samsung has yet to announce a date for the formal launch of the rumored Galaxy A51, the device has since been a regular visitor to the rumor mill, as it continues to clear some pre-release hurdles. It first appeared on the Wi-Fi Alliance database a while ago with the SM-A515F model number, and now has cleared the Bluetooth SIG certification.

The listing only confirms the Galaxy A51 will come with Bluetooth 5 support. Other than that, there is nothing else we could glean from the listing. A previous Geekbench listing reveals it will ship with Android 10 out of the box, while it will be powered by the Exynos 9611 chipset just like the regular A50 alongside 4GB RAM.

It is expected to come packed with a pack a 4,000 mAh cell as revealed earlier this week by the South Korean government’s research institute, while the popular tipster Ishan Agarwal claims it could come with a  6.5-inch Super AMOLED display panel.

On the camera unit, the device is rumored to come fitted with a Quad-camera setup. A few reports say it could come with a 48MP main snapper, while others claim it will get a 32MP sensor. The main sensor will be assisted by a 12MP ultrawide camera, 12MP telephoto module, and 5MP depth sensor.

Prevailing renders of the device reveals the device boasts of a high screen-to-body ratio, thanks in part to the Galaxy Note 10 like Infinity-O punch-hole display. It  got an in-screen fingerprint reader, a USB Type-C port, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a dedicated microSD card slot

Galaxy A51

Release Date?

We are unsure when the Korean giant will unveil the A51, but we learned the device is already in production at Samsung’s facility in Greater Noida, India.

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