Samsung Galaxy A71 5G with Snapdragon 765 G arrives in the US for $599
Samsung unveils it's arriving in the US with its Galaxy A71 5G. This is the first midrange smartphone with 5 G support to arrive in States. The cheapest 5 G device you could purchase in the US before the A71 5 G was OnePlus 8 for $699 on T-Mobile.
Although the Exynos 980 operates the global edition of the A71 5 G, the US-bound model would be driven by the Snapdragon 765G. It is the first 5G-enabled Snapdragon 765 G based system to launch throughout the US.
The A71 5 G is to arrive at a retail price of $599 to all major US carriers. Also, Samsung can market a US-Unlocked edition that you can carry to any carrier. Starting this Friday June 19, the Galaxy A71 5 G will go on sale at T-Mobile, Sprint and Samsung.com. Many carriers will be eligible and the activated models "later this year."
The version of Verizon will go on presale starting July 9, with shipments arriving by July 23. Verizon has not yet provided any price information, although its 5 G phones seem to have a premium, because they need to be compliant with their 5 G mmWave network. T-Mobile 's version, however, would be compliant with its bands n41 (low band 600Mhz) and n71 (mid band 2.5Ghz).
The Samsung Galaxy A71 5 G is powered by the Snapdragon 765 G and offers 5 G service. It comes with an Infinity-O cutout 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen-this houses a selfie camera of 32MP. The three quad-cameras are a 64MP primary mount, a 5MP depth sensor, an ultrawide 12MP monitor and a 5MP macro shooter.
There is 6 GB of RAM included, 128 GB of internal storage and 4,500 mAh battery. The A71 allows 25W charging, with a 3.5 mm headphone jack included.