Samsung is increasing its efforts in France. The company took the wraps off the Galaxy A41 in France a couple of weeks back. Now, the giant of Korea is introducing two new smartphones in the country. The recently released Galaxy A51 5G and the Galaxy A21s are now making to the European country. The latter is reaching France a few hours after its launch in India. The duo of handsets will bring a decent price tag for those who want to jump in the 5G bandwagon (A51 5G) or decent performance for those looking for great value for money smartphones (A21s).
The mid-range Galaxy A51 was released in China during the last month with its major and most obvious highlight being the 5G connectivity. The phone will go on this same this month via Samsung’s online store and some partner retailers across France. The handset will sell in Pink, White, and Black Colors. The Galaxy A21, on the other hand, will hit the company’s e-tail stores pretty soon. Currently, the customers in France only have the product page to look at. Whenever the device hits the shelves it will be available in Black, White and Blue colors. Both handsets will be available with a two-month subscription to YouTube Premium.
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Galaxy A51 5G and Galaxy A21s overall specifications
Both smartphones come with a 6.5-inch display, however, only the A51 5G has a Super AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution. The A21s panel offers HD+ resolution and it’s of PLS TFT kind. In addition, both handsets come with a Quad-Camera setup as well as a 48MP wide-angle main camera, but that’s all. The other sensors and the selfie camera on the two models are different. The A51 5G includes a 123-degree 12MP ultrawide sensor, 5MP depth module, and 5MP macro lens. The Galaxy A21s, has an 8MP ultra-wide module, 2MP depth sensor, and a 2MP macro module. The selfie camera is 13MP on the A21s and 32MP on the A51 5G.
The Galaxy A21s boasts the Exynos 850 SoC while the Galaxy A51 has the 5G-ready Exynos 980 under the hood. Both are capable of chipsets, but the 5G surely takes a leap forward. These differences combined should lead to a price gap of around $350 to $400, that of course, considering the other markets where the handset was released. Worth noting that the A51 5G is only the first step given by Samsung to popularize 5G handsets. We expect to see more A-devices with 5G connectivity in the coming months.