Samsung Galaxy A71 5G Review
The follow-up to Samsung’s a70 has arrived in the U.S., though there are a few differences to the global A71. 5G connectivity from the snapdragon 765G, along with an aluminum frame and glass back give it a bit more premium feel.
- That signature Samsung AMOLED display
- Great battery life
- Quality build
- That signature Samsung app bloat
- Average Camera (among flagship devices)
User Review( votes)
Samsung officially released the Galaxy A71 5G on June 19th in the U.S. With a 6.7″ AMOLED display, Snapdragon 765g, 128GB of internal storage, of RAM, and 5G connectivity – securely housed in an aluminum frame and Gorilla Glass 3 – the A71 5G is ready for the affordable premium market. I share my thoughts on the device as how it compares against other devices released so far this year, in the video below:
The A71 5G is the first device that’s compatible with both T-Mobile’s low-band 5G spectrum and Sprint’s 2.5 mid-band 5G spectrum, offering customers optimal next-generation connectivity at a more affordable entry level price point.
The Galaxy A71 5G is a quality device that offers access to the Galaxy ecosystem at a more reasonable cost than the Galaxy S20 line. With a four camera set-up (64MP Main camera,16MP wide, 5MP Macro, and 5MP Depth), a beautiful AMOLED display with a punch hole 32MP front camera, and in-screen fingerprint scanner. Galaxy fans looking to save a few bucks with few compromises can’t go wrong with this device.