Samsung’s lineup of budget phones is extremely sophisticated, with many models being easy re-releases of devices from different regions. One of these phones is the Galaxy A71, which was announced at CES, however, Samsung did not appear to have plans for a US launch. Now it appears the A71 might come to the United States in any case — as a budget 5G phone.
SamMobile has reported that Samsung is engaged in two new A71 variants, the SM-A716U and SM-A71U1, that are believed to be service and unlocked fashions, respectively. No other particulars can be found, so we do not have a lot to go on. If the 5G mannequin intently mirrors the specs of the current A71, you may anticipate seeing 6-8GB RAM, 128GB of internal storage, a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen, a 4,500mAh battery, 4 rear cameras, and a headphone jack.
Samsung’s only 5G phones so far in the US have been the S10 5G and Note10 5G, and with each phone commanding high price tags, it will be fascinating to see a budget various.