Released in late December just before COVID 19, The Galaxy A51 is one of the best premium budget phones available in the market. The premium design and the super dark AMOLED display makes it one of the best phones available in the market right now. Talking about specs, it comes with a 6.5 inches full HD+ display with a ppi of 405. This display is powered by an Exynos 9611. The phone comes with either 4Gb of RAM or 6 GB of RAM. It also comes with support for a micro SD card. Overall the phone is a great offering by Samsung in its price keeping in mind the under-display fingerprint scanner. Today we will answer, Is Samsung Galaxy A51 5G?
5G is the new band for telecommunications. According to Wikipedia, In telecommunications, 5G is the fifth generation technology standard for cellular networks, which cellular phone companies began deploying worldwide in 2019, the planned successor to the 4G networks which provide connectivity to most current cellphones. 5G, based on the OFDM (Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing), is a method for modulating signals through different channels to reduce interference. it uses a 5G NR air interface alongside OFDM principles. 5G also uses wider bandwidth technologies such as sub-6 GHz and mmWave.
Answered – Does Samsung Galaxy A51 has 5G?
CNET has recently launched a new video so as to explain 5G and clear any myths that you might have for it-
Is Samsung A51 a 5G phone?
We recently got a lot of queries regarding A51 and if it is a 5G phone or not. Currently, there are a very limited number of 5G phones because only the Flagship chipsets get it. Sadly the Samsung Galaxy A51 is not a 5G phone.
Install 5G on Samsung A51
5G technology is a chipset level technology that is hardware-based, the same way you can not install a new processor on your phone, you can not install or get 5G on you Samsung A51.
Is 5G harmful?
There are a lot of myths going on that having 5G on Samsung A51 is risky and can cause health implications. The research so far has concluded that 5G is super safe and can do no harm. For more information, you can watch this Video by CNBC.
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