We were expecting them at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas but Samsung will finally have lifted the veil on its new smartphones before the show opens. The South Korean firm has just unveiled its Galaxy Note10 Lite, as well as two mid-range models with its Galaxy A51 and A71.
Rumoured for several weeks, and initially expected for the CES opening next week in Las Vegas the Galaxy Note10 Lite, Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 finally arrive with a bit of a head start. Samsung has just unveiled its new smartphones via a Press Release
After excellent Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ last summer, the South Korean firm has just unveiled the Lite version of its large-format smartphone. Physically, there is very little difference from this summer’s Galaxy Note10. This includes a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED tile with a centered punch, but also compatibility with the S-Pen.
At the back, small change regarding the photo block, since it is no longer aligned but now forms a rectangular block, like the first leaks of the future Galaxy S11 (or S20). This photo block will house three lenses, including a wide-angle main sensor, an ultra-wide-angle and a telephoto lens, all equipped with 12 megapixels. Inside, on the other hand, the term “Lite” takes on its full meaning, since the smartphone is far less equipped than its Big Brother The Exynos 9810 SoC is coupled with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory (expandable via microSD). The Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite will be available for sale in mid-January in three colours: black, silver and red. The price is not yet known.
In addition to the Galaxy Note10 Lite, Samsung also unveiled two new mid-range smartphones: the Galaxy A51 and a slightly higher-end variant, the Galaxy A71. The first has a 6.5-inch AMOLED screen and the second has a 6.7-inch slab. On both models, the screen is punched at the top center to accommodate a 32 megapixel front camera.
Both carry four photo sensors on the rear, which, like the Galaxy Note10 Lite, are contained in a rectangular black photo block. The Galaxy A51 has a 48-megapixel main sensor, while the Galaxy A71 will have a 64-Megapixel sensor Apart from this difference, the two models also feature three other identical sensors: a sensor to simulate depth of field in Portrait mode a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle module, and a macro sensor, a first for a Galaxy smartphone. On the Galaxy A51 we find an Exynos 9611 SoC coupled with 4 GB of RAM and a 4000 mAh battery, and on the Galaxy A71 a Snapdragon 730 coupled with 6 GB of RAM and a 4500 mAh battery. Both will carry 128GB of internal storage. The Samsung Galaxy A51 will be available at the end of January and the Samsung Galaxy A71 will be available in early February.
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Samsung Galaxy Rating 10 – …
- 6.3″ dynamic AMOLED Infinity 6.3″ screen
- 25W ultra fast charge
- 256 GB storage
- S Pen connected gestures navigation