It’s already Samsung’s identity for acah-acah to have premium building materials on Samsung Galaxy A51 design. That’s what they did on the Galaxy A51 with the Glasstic building material i.e. glass and plastic combined to form one new material. However, during use it is only plastic and has no features like a glass panel. On the back panel as well, Samsung uses a new rhythmic pattern design “Prime Crush”. It combines three different patterns on the back and is then offered in several color options. This review unit of ours uses the color blue, but in my eyes it’s more of a slightly greenish color.
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At the back is also the location of the camera module which does not have a thick bulge. On the other hand when placed on a flat surface it feels flat. At the bottom, there is a 3.5mm audio jack port, a USB-C connection port, a microphone and a speaker lattice. Turning to the top, there is nothing but another microphone. On the right side, there is a power button that also functions as a Bixby button (can be set by the user) as well as a volume button. On the left side is a SIM card slot which also has a microSD memory card slot.
The device is powered by a distinctive Samusng chip, the Exynos 9611 with a 10nm build. It is then matched with 6GB of RAM memory and 128GB of internal storage. If that’s not enough, microSD cards up to 512GB in size can be used in the second SIM card slot. On paper it sounds like it has nice gadget specs. Yes good enough, but not so great when using this device to play first. I will explain in more detail in a moment.
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