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.
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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.