If you’re looking to buy a new smartphone or upgrade your current device without breaking the bank, there are many cheap smartphone deals from various retailers. There are even some Samsung Galaxy deals that will let you enjoy significant savings on a new Android smartphone, such as Amazon’s offer for the midrange Samsung Galaxy A51 that slashes $50 off its original price of $399, bringing its price down to just $349.
The Samsung Galaxy A51 features a 6.5-inch edge-to-edge super AMOLED screen, which is better than the displays of most of the other smartphones within its price range. There’s an optical fingerprint sensor underneath, which works well in recognizing you. It’s powered by the Exynos 9611 processor with Samsung’s One UI 2.0, for a unique aesthetic that still doesn’t look too different from stock Android.
At the back of the Samsung Galaxy A51 is a quad-lens camera with a 48MP main sensor, a 12MP ultrawide sensor, a 5MP macro sensor, and a 5MP depth sensor combining to take high-quality shots for casual photos. There’s also a Super Steady mode for taking videos of up to 1080p resolution at 30 fps. Additionally, the smartphone offers decent battery life that can last more than a day even with relatively heavy use.
When comparing the Samsung Galaxy A51 and Google Pixel 4a, the Samsung Galaxy A51 beats its fellow midrange smartphone in terms of a larger display, sleeker design, and better durability with its IP68 rating. Both devices still come with a headphone jack, for those who’d rather listen with wired headphones than connect with wireless headphones through Bluetooth.
The Samsung Galaxy A51 isn’t as powerful as the high-end, flagship Samsung Galaxy smartphones, but as a midrange model, it’s a very capable device for its price tag. It already offers great value for its original price of $399, so it’s an even better deal after Amazon’s $50 discount that lowers the smartphone’s price to an even more affordable $349. There’s no telling how long the offer will last though, as so if the Samsung Galaxy A51 fits your needs and budget, you should click that Buy Now button as soon as you can.
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