Samsung has just introduced the lowest-priced 5G cellphone ever available in the US. The Galaxy A71 5G will cost just $599.99 when it goes on sale from 19 June - creating a much more affordable entry into the next generation of mobile telecommunications - where you no longer have those long waits when trying to download movies, or upload your images.
The handset is based on the same design of the 4G Galaxy A71, with same quad camera set-up. At the rear you will find a 64MP main lens, a 12 megapixel ultra-wide camera, a 5 megapixel macro lens, and a 5MP depth camera with live focus effects. And round the front, the photographic capabilities are rounded off with a 32MP selfie camera.(opens in new tab) (opens in new tab)
With 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM, the Android handset has a 4500 mAh battery builtt in and a 6.7in FHD+ Super AMOLED infinity display.
The Galaxy A71 5G will come in a Prism Cube Black finish and will be available in the US on June 19 at T-Mobile (opens in new tab), Sprint (opens in new tab) and Samsung.com (opens in new tab) for $599.99.
The Samsung A71 5G is due to cost £519 when it arrives in the UK this summer, where there will be an even lower-priced model in the shape of the Galaxy A51 5G which is expected to cost £429.
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