Samsung Galaxy A71 5G lands in the US with Snapdragon 765G and price

Samung reveals that the Galaxy A71 5G is coming to the US. It is the first intermediate smartphone with 5 G support to arrive in the States. The cheapest 5 G smartphone that was available before the A71 5 G was a $699 OnePlus 8 on T-Mobile.

Although the Exynos 980 powered the world version of the A71 5 g, Snapdragon 765 G powered the US-based model. This is the first Snapdragon 765 G driven system to enter the US with 5G-enabled device.

The A71 5 G arrives at a retail price of $599 for all big US carriers. Samsung is also selling the US-Unlocked variant to any carrier. From Friday 19th June the Galaxy A71 5 G is to be available on T-Mobile, Sprint and Samsung.com. “Later this summer” there will be other carriers and unlocked versions available.

The version of Verizon will be available on pre-sale from 9 July, shipments will arrive by the 23rd July. Verizon has not yet given pricing details, but its 5 G phones usually have a markup because their mmWave 5 G network has to be compatible. T-Mobile version will meanwhile be compatible with its 600Mhz bands (n41), and n71 (2.5Ghz midband), respectively.

Powered with the Snapdragon 765 G, the Samsung Galaxy A71 5 G appears to support 5G. It comes with an Infinity-O cutout 6.7 “Super AMOLED display, featuring a selfie camera of 32MP. The big quad sensors are made up of a 64MP mount, a 5MP depth sensor, an ultra large 12MP mount, and a 5MP macro camera.

The onboard is a RAM 6 GB, internal capacity 128 GB and battery 4,500 mAh. The A71 supports 25W load and has a headphone bucket of 3.5 mm.

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