Hello everyone. They are the Galaxy A71 and the Galaxy A51.
I will start the comparison of the Samsung Galaxy A71 and Samsung Galaxy A51 with the appearance. The smartphones turned out to be very similar in design, with slight differences in size.
So the length of the Galaxy A71 is 163.6 millimeters, the width is 76 millimeters, and the thickness is only 7.7 millimeters. The weight of the device is 179 grams. The smartphone lies perfectly in the hand and it is a pleasure to use it. Samsung’s proprietary design, called the Infinity-O is implemented in front. There is a round neckline for the front camera, This looks rather unusual, given that most modern smartphones have a drop-shaped cutout or a curtain at the top of the screen. But over time, you don’t even notice the hole for the camera. The smartphone also has a fingerprint scanner. The volume key and power button are located on the right side. On the left side there is a slot designed for the simultaneous use of two Nano-format SIM cards and a memory card. At the top of the Galaxy A71 there is only a microphone.
The Samsung Galaxy A51 is smaller than its rival in its dimensions. The length is 158.5, the width is 73.6, the thickness is 7.9 mm, and the weight is 172 grams. The front also has a round neckline for the front camera, which is much smaller than the one of the Galaxy A71. As for the placement of the elements on the body, they are exactly identical to the opponent. Above there is a microphone, to the right there are volume and power buttons. On the bottom there is a microphone, speaker, 3.5 millimeter headphone jack and USB-C connector. On the right side there is a slot designed for the simultaneous use of two Nano SIM cards and a memory card. The fingerprint scan placement is again identical to the opponent. It is located under the screen.
The design of the back of smartphones is also similar. The Galaxy A71 has a back made of glass-like plastic. The surface has a gradient 3D prismatic pattern, the colors of which may vary slightly from the angle at which light falls on it. The smartphone is available in black, silver, pink and blue. Among the working elements, there is a rectangular block with 4 cameras and a flash on the back of the Galaxy A71.
The Samsung Galaxy A51 also has a rectangular block with cameras and a flash on the back. The surface of the back side has a prismatic pattern, similar to the opponent. Black, blue, pink and white versions of the smartphone are available. As for the back side material, here is plastic imitating glass, just like in the Galaxy A71.
The Samsung Galaxy A71 received a Super AMOLED screen with a diagonal of 6.7 inches and an aspect ratio of 20 to 9. The resolution is 1080 by 2400 pixels. Like all Super AMOLED screens, the Galaxy A71’s display is bright, with excellent viewing angles, deep black and rich color reproduction. In addition, the smartphone’s screen has excellent anti-glare properties and protection due to its Gorilla Glass 3. There is support for the Always on Display function, reading mode, eye protection, and a dark theme.
The Samsung Galaxy A51’s screen size is 6.5 inches. It uses the same matrix as its opponent, Super AMOLED matrix with a resolution of 1080 by 2400 pixels. Given that the diagonal of the screen is smaller, the screen of the Galaxy A51 has a higher pixel density. The rest of the screen is no different from the one used in the Galaxy A71. The phone comes with the Gorilla Glass 3.
The Samsung Galaxy A71 and the Samsung Galaxy A51 both received the 10th version of the Android operating system with the latest version of the proprietary One UI 2 shell. The updated shell received not only design changes, but also a number of new useful features. There is a night mode and a dark theme now, integrated into most applications. The interface itself has become more intuitive. The hardware and software work so smoothly that the users of smartphones on One UI 2 get access to all functions and content faster than before. In addition, the Galaxy A71 and the Galaxy A51 have a Game Booster application that optimizes performance and increases the performance of smartphones during games.
The Samsung Galaxy A71 has a 64-megapixel main camera, which allows you to take pictures in ultra-high resolution. In addition, the smartphone has a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with a viewing angle of 123 degrees, a 5-megapixel depth sensor for blurring the background and a 5-megapixel camera for macro photography. Daytime shots are not bad, but in low light and at night the quality drops noticeably. The “Night mode” feature makes the situation better. When used, it helps to get the photos with a reduced amount of noise and an increased amount of details. It is possible to record video in 4K resolution. Also, there is stabilization when shooting video in Full HD resolution. The front camera of the Galaxy A71 is 32 megapixels, which guarantees bright and clear pictures in high resolution.
The main sensor of the main camera of the Samsung Galaxy A51 is 48 megapixels. Otherwise, there are no differences in the cameras from its opponent. It also has a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens with a viewing angle of 123 degrees, a 5-megapixel depth sensor and a 5-megapixel macro camera. The smartphone takes good quality pictures in daylight, but when the sun goes down the quality drops noticeably. Like its opponent, the Galaxy A51 can record video in 4K resolution at 30 frames per second and has a stabilization function when shooting video in Full HD resolution. The front camera of the smartphone is 32 megapixels, which allows you to take bright and detailed self-shots.
The Samsung Galaxy A71 is equipped with Qualcomm’s 8-core Snapdragon 730 processor. This processor has 2 high-performance Kryo 470 Gold cores operating at a frequency of 2.2 GHz and 6 energy-efficient Kryo 470 Gold cores with a frequency of 1.8 GHz. The RAM of the smartphone can be 6 or 8 GB. There is only one option for internal memory and it is 128 GB. But, as I said earlier, the smartphone has a slot for a memory card, the maximum amount of which can be 512 GB.
The Samsung Galaxy A51 has an 8-core Exynos 9611 processor. It has 4 Cortex-A73 cores operating at 2.3 GHz and 4 Cortex-A53 cores operating at 1.7 GHz. As for RAM, the smartphone is available in versions of 4 and 6 GB. The amount of the built-in storage capacity can be 64 or 128 GB. In addition, the smartphone can have a memory card installed with a maximum capacity of 512 GB.
As for the communication capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy A71 and the Samsung Galaxy A51, there are no differences. Both smartphones support all common types of mobile networks and Wi-Fi standard ACC. They have installed Bluetooth version 5.0, and also have an NFC module.
The battery capacity of the Samsung Galaxy A71 is 4500 mAh, which is enough for 1.5-2 days of operation of the smartphone. According to the developers, the smartphone is able to work up to 24 hours in video viewing mode and more than 40 hours in talk mode. The Galaxy A71 supports a fast charging technology from a 25-watt power adapter.
The Samsung Galaxy A51 is equipped with a battery with a smaller capacity – 4000 mAh. According to the assurances of the developers, the battery lasts for 32 hours being in talk mode and up to 20 hours in video viewing mode. Support for fast charging technology is present, but unlike the opponent, it can be carried out from a 15-watt power adapter.
I looked through and analyzed a lot of reviews about the Samsung Galaxy A71 and the Samsung Galaxy A51 on the Internet. Now I’m ready to tell you what the owners of these smartphones think about them.
The Samsung Galaxy A71
- It has a plastic case.
- It has a slow fingerprint scanner.
- Night photos are of medium quality.
The Samsung Galaxy A51
- There are problems connecting wireless headphones.
- The quality of image is average.
- It has a slow fingerprint scanner.
The Samsung Galaxy A71
- It has a long battery life.
- There is an NFC.
- Its performance is good.
- It has a large amount of memory.
The Samsung Galaxy A51
- It charges fast.
- It has a large and bright screen.
- The camera is 48 megapixels and it supports 4K video.
- There is an NFC module.
So, comparing the Samsung Galaxy A71 and the Samsung Galaxy A51, we can conclude that the first smartphone is better. It got a more powerful Snapdragon 730 processor, a 64 megapixel main camera and a 4,500 mAh battery.