Samsung is yet to confirm release dates but phones will release in coming months
Samsung has bolstered its A series line-up with three new smartphones, two of which are 5G compatible.
The vendor has announced the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G, Galaxy A71 5G and the Galaxy A41 smartphones.
Since the launch of the 5G network, Samsung has been one of the most active vendors in introducing 5G handsets and launched its first 5G handset last year in the Samsung S10 5G.
Samsung hasn’t confirmed a release date as of yet but has announced the prices with the A71 5G (8GB RAM) the most expensive of the trio at £519, while the A51 5G (6GB RAM) is £429 and the A41 (4GB RAM) is £269.
Both the A71 5G and the A51 5G feature a quad-camera set up, while the A41 has a dual camera-equipped. The two 5G model’s both come with 4,500mAh batteries, while the A41 has a 3,500mAh battery.
Samsung Electronics UK and Ireland corporate vice-president Conor Pierce said: “Our ambition with the Galaxy A Series portfolio is to offer must-have innovation at a varied range of prices. The Galaxy A41 delivers this, offering fantastic value without compromising on features.
“The Galaxy A51 5G and A71 5G build on this commitment, demonstrating our ongoing promise to provide next-generation connectivity to more people, by bringing 5G into our diverse smartphone portfolio at more accessible price points.”