Despite being released for quite a long time, it seems that Samsung has not forgotten the brainchild Galaxy A71, Galaxy A51. Recently, the company has launched the Galaxy A71 / A51 duo with the powerful and dusty version of Silver Crush. How interesting are these two smartphones? Join me on the hands of the Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51.
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1. Silver Crush, strong and solid design of Galaxy A71 / Galaxy A51 duo
Of course one of the biggest changes is the exterior design. Dressed in a new outfit of Silver Crush, Galaxy A71 vs Galaxy A51 brings a breath of fresh air to Samfans who are familiar with colorful designs. Compared to the standard versions launched earlier, this version brings a quiet but no less elegant.
A quick glance at the product duo, I felt the strong power emanating from the gray back of the two machines. This silver color is not as shiny as you think, it looks like two machines are made of real metal. Wait! It’s not metal, it’s just plastic.
At first glance, the Galaxy A71 is quite similar to the Galaxy A51, but if you look a little closer you will see the patterns on the two devices are opposite. The contours of the dorsal part look very comfortable, not too prominent and not sunken.
The feeling of holding the two products is quite solid because the back is curved on both sides. However, I do not like this design very much because this style is quite dust. In general, these two versions are also quite interesting and make sure Samsung is trying to help users have more choices.
Wishing users to pay attention to the camera (which is also an investment element), Samsung still retains the camera design, but brings a striking black background and catches the eye in the gray space. Both phones are still fully equipped with 4 cameras on the back with parameters including:
- Wide-angle camera: 64 MP resolution (Galaxy A71) and 48 MP resolution (Galaxy A51).
- Ultra wide-angle camera: 12 MP resolution (both machines).
- Macro camera: 5 MP resolution (both machines).
- Camera depth: 5 MP resolution (both machines).
Take a look at the product photo below:
2. The hardware configuration has not changed
In fact, apart from changing the exterior design, all the remaining elements remain intact. First is the display screen, Galaxy A71 Silver Crush owns a 6.7-inch panel, Galaxy A51 Silver Crush is smaller than 6.5 inches but has Full HD + resolution. Both machines have Super AMOLED displays for vibrant colors, especially deep black, which provides a satisfactory experience for the user.
In terms of internal hardware configuration, the Galaxy A71 vs Galaxy A51 Silver Crush also no change compared to the standard version launched earlier. Talking about the Galaxy A71 first, the device is equipped with an octa-core Snapdragon 730 processor, with a graphics chip is Adreno 618 and 8 GB RAM as the standard version.
The Galaxy A51 Silver Crush is also configured no different from the previous standard version while still owning Samsung’s Exynos 9611 processor, with a Mali-G72 graphics chip. It has 6 GB of RAM with 128 GB of storage, while the Galaxy A71 Silver Crush has 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory.
The battery capacity is also unchanged when the Galaxy A71 Silver Crush owns a 4,500 mAh battery, while the Galaxy A51 Silver Crush has a 4,000 mAh battery in the body. Both devices come with fast charging technology and are running Android 10 with lots of cool features.
And that is my experience of the all-new Galaxy A71 vs Galaxy A51 duo Silver Crush. Samsung has not only breathed a breath of fresh air into the market but has also shown users that it is very interested in the mid-range segment.
How do you feel about these two new versions? Leave your comments below and let me know. Thank you for following up on my article on Mobile World.
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Samsung Galaxy A71
Samsung Galaxy A51 (6GB/128GB)
Samsung Galaxy A51 (8GB/128GB)
Edited by Vuong Gia Bao
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