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Samsung is going to launch 5G to its midrange phones this year

We know that Samsung never misses any chance to surprise its users, and this time too, the multinational handset company is going to upgrade its mid-range phones of Galaxy A-series for 2020. The collection includes six smartphones, and all of them are specially designed for those who want to have high-end features in their handsets without paying an exorbitant amount of money.

As far as reports are to be considered, the most affordable model will be available at the cost of $110, while the highest-end A71 5 G will come at $500 and will be 5G-ready. The good news is that the entire lineup ships with Android 10 software with One UI 2.0, and features a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Samsung launched its A01 and A51 models on 9th April. AO1 is available at the cost of $110 with an octa-core processor. This latest model is build up with a 5MP selfie camera at the front, and a 13MP rear camera with 2MP depth at the back. Besides the amazing set of cameras, the smartphone will feature 5.7 inches display and HD+ resolution with Samsung’s “Infinity-V” v-shaped notch at the top to house the selfie cam. On the other hand, the A51 model has a big 6.5-inch FHD+ OLED Infinity-O display and it is built up with a hole-punch camera in the screen. A51 model features 48MP camera that will allow users to record video in 4K resolution.

However, A11 and A21 models will be launched in the summer. Reportedly, A11 will be available at the cost of $180, while A21 will cost $250. Both the latest models have been designed in a way that octa-core processors, camera, display and other features will amaze the users. We have reports that the A11 handset model will offer a 6.4-inch HD plus display with a hole-punch selfie cam, while the A21 will be designed with a 6.5-inch screen.

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