Samsung is going to launch its Samsung Galaxy A71 in the US this Friday. The Samsung A1 to arrive in the US will come powered via Snapdragon 765G Chipset, unlike the global Samsung A71, which comes powered with an Exynos 980 SoC.
With this, the Samsung A71 5G will be the first mid-range smartphone to come with 5G support. Till A71 launch, the OnePlus 8 is the cheapest 5G smartphone available in the US selling through T-Mobile at a price tag of $699.
Other than an updated Chipset clocking inside the hood ( at least in terms of peoples' perception and 5G support), the Samsung A71 carries the same hardware and specifications combination as its global Exynos cousin. The device comes powered by a Snapdragon 765G Chipset paired with a 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage. The front comes dominated by a 6.7 inches Super AMOLED Display that comes with an Infinity-O notch sporting a 32 MP selfie camera.
For authentication, there is an in-display fingerprint sensor located near the bottom of the Samsung A21 screen. Turn around, and you will see a quad-camera setup located at the top left portion of the back panel, the setup consists of a 64MP primary camera, a 5MP depth sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide lens, and a 5MP maco sensor.
Samsung A71 5G comes with a 4500 mAh battery that draws its power through a USB Type-C fast charger capped at 25W. There is also a near-extinct 3.5 mm jack located on the frame.
Samsung A71 5G will arrive in the US at a price tag of $599, making it the cheapest 5G smartphone of the country. The sales will begin through all major carriers starting June 19, coming Friday. There will also be an unlocked variant available by the end of summer.