Samsung has launched a new smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy A71. The phone has started selling this Monday, February 17 in Brazil, both online and offline and is priced locally at an equivalent of $644. The phone has some moderate specifications with the camera setup matching some of the top phones in the market. The company can be expected to bring the phone to the other markets soon, including the US.
The Galaxy A71 Has Decent Specifications
With a 6.7-inch AMOLED display, the Samsung Galaxy A71 comes with a Full HD+ screen that offers a resolution of 2,400×1,080 pixels. The octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 SoC is the processor and the phone has 6GB RAM support. The internal storage is 128GB with a provision for the microSD card. The battery too is powerful at 4,500mAh with 25W fast charging provision. The Android 10 OS comes with the corresponding One UI interface as it is with all Samsung models.
Quad Camera Setup in the Rear
The camera setup in the rear has four sensors. The primary sensor is the 64MP shooter. There is the 12MP ultra-wide camera that offers a 123-degree view to snap pictures; there are 2x5MP sensors, one a macro lens and the other a depth sensor. The front camera is also a powerful 32MP.
The camera section on the Samsung Galaxy A71 will, therefore, be the highlighted feature that Samsung will use while pushing in its marketing communications.
The phone is being released in three colors, Prism Crush Black, Prism Crush Silver, and Prism Crush Blue.
As indicated above, the price of the Samsung Galaxy A71 has been fixed at 2,799 Real, the Brazilian currency which converts to US$644. The Samsung Brazil site clearly states that the device is selling in the market from February 17.
The only question to be answered is if the company has plans to launch the phone in other markets like the US. There is no reason to believe it won’t.
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