Upgrading to Galaxy A51 costs just $10 per month on Verizon
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy A51 in December alongside the Galaxy A71, and the phone made it to the US market a few days ago. The mid-range smartphone with a quad-camera setup and Android 10 went on sale through Verizon in the US just last week, and it is already being discounted.
If you decide to upgrade to the LTE variant of the Galaxy A51 on Verizon’s network, you can get the phone for just $10 per month (down from $16.66). The 24-month carrier plan will cost you only $240 over the next two years, which is a saving of $160 from its regular price. This will be added to your Verizon account through monthly bill credits, which means you’ll need to finance the phone through the carrier. However, if you’re not planning to switch to any other carrier, it might not be a big deal.
Galaxy A51 specs: A recap
The Galaxy A51 features a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-O display with Full HD+ resolution and an under-display optical fingerprint reader. The phone runs Android 10, and it is equipped with the Exynos 9611 processor, 4GB/6GB RAM, 64GB/128GB internal storage, and a microSD card slot. The phone is powered by a 4000mAh battery, and it supports 15W fast wired charging.
The phone has a quad-camera setup at the rear, featuring a 48MP primary camera, 12MP ultrawide camera, 5MP macro camera, and a 5MP depth sensor. At the front, the Galaxy A51 features a 32MP selfie camera. Both front-facing and rear-facing cameras can record 4K videos. The phone features LTE, Wi-Fi b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFC, the headphone jack, and a USB Type-C port. You can read our review of the Galaxy A51 here.