Much like Samsung Galaxy A51 5G, the main upgrade to this phone over the standard Galaxy A71 5G is 5G support. For the sake of knowing exactly what is different here’s a short list of changes when compared to the Samsung Galaxy A51:
- The phone offers a sturdier, aluminum frame
- The phone’s Exynos 980 chipset brings 5G support but comparable performance to standard Galaxy A71
- Slightly more RAM (8GB vs 6GB)
- Larger 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display
In every other area, the phone is identical to it’s non-5G sibling. While the idea of such little change between models might seem odd, 5G’s growing popularity means this phone will likely age with a bit more grace than the non-5G model.
That said, if you don’t live in a 5G area -- or don’t care about 5G support -- the standard model is just as good as this one. For an idea of what to expect, be sure to check out our Samsung Galaxy A51 review.
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