Leaked Galaxy A71 render gives a glimpse of its design

Samsung is due to unveil the Galaxy A 2020 series in the near future. There will be models ranging from the Galaxy A11 all the way up to the Galaxy A91. They won’t all be unveiled at the same time, though.

The Galaxy A71 will be one of the devices in this new series. A purported press render of the device has now leaked online. It provides a glimpse of the device’s design.

Galaxy A71 render shows it’s going to rock a punch hole

Unofficial CAD renders of the Galaxy A71 already surfaced two weeks ago. It showed us that the device will have a punch hole display for the front camera like the Galaxy Note 10. A few of Samsung’s new Galaxy A handsets are expected to have this design feature. The CAD renders also showed that there’s going to be a new L-shaped camera array at the back.

The purported press render that has been leaked by @evleaks only shows the front of the device. This doubles down on the possibility of this device having a punch hole display. There’s no render for the back as yet but it might not be long before one surfaces.

The Galaxy A71 is expected to feature a Snapdragon 675 processor with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. If this is accurate, it will share the same specs with the Galaxy A70, including the same 6.7-inch display and 4,500mAh battery. The primary changes will be in the design and camera departments. It does appear that Samsung is developing a 5G variant of this device for the Chinese market.

It’s unlikely that we’ll see the Galaxy A71 at the December 12 announcement for Galaxy A 2020 devices in Vietnam. What we do know is that this is one of the Galaxy A series handsets that will eventually be released in Europe as well.


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Firmware SM-A515F — Samsung Galaxy A51
firmware version A515FXXU1ASKJ
Samsung Galaxy A51, model SM-A515F

Region XXV — Vietnam
Build Date 2019-11-27
Changelist 17382162
OS Version 10


Wen 20/2/2019


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I mean: The renders look good, don’t get me wrong but uhm… 1st. The clock is not the official Samsung Font 2nd. 10:09 o’clock? Nope. Samsung usually uses 12:45 3rd. The short widget icons are from Samsung Experience (Galaxy S8/S9 UI) not One UI

Either these images are made from a accessory supplier or by a Carrier such as AT&T but definitely not from Samsung themselves. I’m not saying those renders don’t represent the devices but the renders are not from Samsung