Samsung announces its budget smartphones with 5G capabilities

Samsung announces its budget smartphones with 5G capabilities

A 5G-capable phone with a budget-friendly price tag? Well, isn’t that what we all want?

As this year progressed, more and more phone manufacturers have integrated 5G capabilities into their flagship phones. But that added feature comes with a price.

Thankfully, that is about to change now.

Samsung has announced that it will be bringing back six A-series smartphones in the US market. That’s half a dozen of lower-cost phones – two of which include 5G capabilities.

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Samsung A-series phones: low-cost and 5G capabilities

Samsung A-series phones: low-cost and 5G capabilities
Samsung A-series phones: low-cost and 5G capabilities

Mind you:

This announcement of 5G phones is not Samsung’s first. They already have 5G-capable phones in the form of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S20 series.

Sadly, these smartphones will cost you at least $1,000.

And with these newly announced low-cost phones, you can now afford the 5G service you have been waiting for.

Starting at just $110, the South Korean tech company’s low-cost Galaxy A-series phones were unveiled on Wednesday. These are perfect for shoppers who do not like to break the bank for a brand new phone.

Galaxy A51

The South Korean giant introduces six low-cost phones in the US – two of which have 5G capabilities
The South Korean giant introduces six low-cost phones in the US – two of which have 5G capabilities

And even better two of these phones are armed with 5G capabilities: Galaxy A01 and the Galaxy A51.

The Galaxy A51 is already available on sale in some parts of Europe and India. It features a 6.5 inches of Infinity-O AMOLED screen display, with a selfie camera punched in the topmost center of it, plus the in-display fingerprint sensor.

The phone features four rear cameras: a 48-megapixel main, 12-megapixel ultra-wide, 5-megapixel macro, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. And throw in a 4,000mAh battery.

In the US, it will be equipped with a 4GB of RAM, 128Gb of internal storage, and a microSD slot for expansion of up to 512GB. All that at a price that begins at, get this: $400.

Galaxy A01

Galaxy A51 & Galaxy A01 are both the low-cost 5G-capable phones from Samsung
Galaxy A51 & Galaxy A01 are both the low-cost 5G-capable phones from Samsung

And together with the Galaxy A51 is another 5G-capable, low-budget phone: Galaxy A01.

The phone has 5.7-inches, 720p+ display screen, a tear-drop notch where the 5-megapixel front camera is located. Furthermore, it has a 13-megapixel rear camera, all this is powered by a 3,000mAh battery.

You can bag this phone at a cost of $110 from unlocked phone sellers. That is such a huge difference from the 5G phones that more than $1,000.

Starting on April 9th, both phones will be available unlocked from Samsung and other retailers ass well. Besides, AT&T will be selling Galaxy A51 starting early next month.

The other low-cost Galaxy A-series phones

Samsung also introduced its other low-cost devices that the company intends to release this summer. Here is the complete list:

  • Galaxy A11: 6.4″ HD+ Infinity-O display, three rear cameras, 4,000mAh battery, 32GB internal storage – $180
  • Galaxy A21: 6.5″ HD+ Infinity-O display, four rear cameras (including macro), 4,000mAh battery with 15W wired charging – $250
  • Galaxy A51 5G: self-explanatory upgrade, microSD support up to 1TB – $500
  • Galaxy A71 5G: 6.7″ AMOLED display, four rear cameras (including a 64MP unit) and 5G – $600
Samsung Galaxy A71 features four rear cameras
Samsung Galaxy A71 features four rear cameras

All these smartphones will feature Samsung’s curved displays as well as fast-charging capabilities.

The higher-end models will have more and better camera lenses. Meanwhile, the cheaper phones will come with other improvements like bigger batteries, more internal storage, and many more.

Now, if you are thinking of getting the premium phones from popular brands, you might want to consider these budget-friendly phones.

Have a premium experience without breaking the bank, how’s that?

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