Samsung’s Galaxy A51 is a viable various to the iPhone SE in case you’re searching for a mid-priced telephone, however you’ve been out of luck in case you needed to get it by way of a service apart from Dash or Verizon (Engadget’s mother or father firm). You received’t have to attend longer for extra choices, although. AT&T and Xfinity Mobile have introduced (by way of The Verge) that they’re carrying the A51, with orders open now. That is the LTE mannequin reasonably than the 5G variant due in the summertime, however you won’t thoughts given the $399 value and lack of ubiquitous 5G protection.
The A51 is working on a middling Exynos 9611 chip and doesn’t boast the zoom images, wi-fi charging or 120Hz shows of the Galaxy S20 sequence, nevertheless it nonetheless provides so much for the cash. The 6.5-inch 1080p OLED display, quad rear cameras (48MP principal, 12MP ultrawide, 5MP macro and 5MP depth), sizeable 4,000mAh battery and headphone jack ought to tick a number of the largest checkboxes for a lot of customers. That is for individuals who need the essence of a contemporary Samsung telephone and aren’t notably frightened about efficiency.