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Competition in the mid-range smartphone market is starting to heat up, and we’re seeing not only all-new competitors enter the fray, but discounted pricing on previous “flagship” models that are incredibly enticing. Samsung introduced its latest offering to the mid-range market in the United States with the Galaxy A51 back in early May, with a price tag of $399. Late last month, Amazon offered the smartphone for a remarkable $293, which was a massive discount off its MSRP. Today, Amazon has dropped the price even further to $269 with free Prime shipping. At that price, the Galaxy A51 should be on anyone’s shortlist for a respectable smartphone that won’t... Read more...
Earlier this month, Samsung debuted the Galaxy A51 mid-range smartphone in the United States, roughly five months after it was announced for global markets. The Galaxy A51 caught our eye for its respectable price, large Super AMOLED display, and stout camera system. At $399, the Galaxy A51 was already a compelling bargain, but Amazon is currently selling the smartphone at an incredible discount that might be hard for customers to pass up. The retailer is selling the smartphone for just $293.55, which represents a savings of $106.44 from its regular MSRP.  That is a 27 percent discount; something that we're not accustomed to seeing on a device that just launched. Whatever... Read more...
Samsung first announced its Galaxy A51 mid-range smartphone back in early December, and it came packing some very respectable specs for those that don’t want to pay upwards of $1,000 for a flagship Galaxy S smartphone. Recently, the smartphone has arrived locked to various carrier networks, and today the Galaxy A51 is now available in unlocked form. Samsung is selling the smartphone direct from its online store, or you can opt to get the smartphone from Amazon (which might be preferable if you have an Amazon Prime Visa/Store Card that gets you 5% cash back).  Purchasing from Samsung, however, gives you the option of trading in an eligible smartphone for [up to]... Read more...
If smartphones were free, most people would flock to the top-end models with all of the bells and whistles. They are not free though—far from it—and while some models command upwards of $1,000, less than 10 percent of Americans pay that much for a phone. Cheaper options are necessary, and that is what Samsung is offering with its new Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51 handsets. These are the latest additions to Samsung's Galaxy A-series, and both are mid-range phones with some interesting features. For example, the Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51 both sport an Infinity-O display with a 2400x1080 resolution (20:9 aspect ratio), both wield four rear cameras for taking high quality photos, and both... Read more...