Samsung Galaxy A51 With Quad Cameras, Punch-Hole Display Spotted On FCC Certification

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Samsung is said to be working on a new smartphone - the Galaxy A51 which is been in the news for quite a while now. There is already a lot of buzz around the smartphone on the web, which has given us a peek into the innards of the phone. Now, it has been reported that the smartphone has gone through the US FCC certification, which indicates that the launch of the A51 is close. Here are the details:

Samsung Galaxy A51 With Quad Cameras Spotted On FCC Listing

 

According to the FCC listing, the Galaxy A51 is expected to arrive with a rectangular-shaped quad camera setup. The certification also indicates that the phone will arrive with similar design like Galaxy Note 10, which comes with a punch-hole display placed in the top-middle of the screen. The smartphone has also received the Bluetooth SIG certification recently.

The Galaxy A51 was also spotted on Geekbench listing recently. The smartphone was first spotted in FCC certification by SamMobile. According to the report, the device was listed with SM-A515F model number which was seen on Geekbench too.

However, the US FCC listing has not disclosed any information on the specifications, but it does give us a peek into the design. The smartphone is spotted with an L-shaped lens formation, and it will feature a full-screen design.

Previous reports and rumors suggest that the smartphone will sport a 48MP primary camera sensor which will be assisted by 13MP ultra-wide angle lens+ 5MP depth sensor + 5MP macro sensor, along with an LED flash. Upfront, it was said to feature a 32MP camera sensors which will be house in the punch-hole display.

Besides, the smartphone will be equipped with a 6.5-inch AMOLED display and fuelled by a 4,000 mAh battery. Rumors also suggest that the phone will be juiced by an octa-core Exynos 9611 SoC, and run on Android 10 out-of-the-box.

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