Samsung had released a Galaxy A71 in December, but the company is not done with this naming system yet. It has been said that the South Korean OEM will expand its range of affordable 5G units with this device, so we are to get a 5G variant of the unit sometime soon.
When this news broke, we knew that the 5G option will be made available in US and China – but new leaks suggest that other markets will get it as well.
There is a new model of the same device in the works which is made for markets outside the US and China. For now, we don’t know what markets will get it yet, but a good guess never hurt anyone. Thus, we might be looking at a launch event in New Zealand and Australia, among other European countries.
Speaking of affordable 5G units, Samsung is also planning a network refresh for the Galaxy A51 which it had already launched in the market too. From what we have seen so far, this one will carry a massive 6GB RAM and pair that with the in-house Exynos 980 chipset, featuring Android 10 skin on top.