AT&T has joined the country's other two major carriers in offering the Galaxy A51 to customers. The phone was launched on AT&T's network today – May 1 – for the full retail price of $399. Alternatively, AT&T customers can buy the Galaxy A51 with an Installment Plan of $13.34 a month. The phone is available with 128GB of built-in storage in Prism Crush Black.
The Galaxy A51 was first released in the USA a few weeks ago through Sprint and Verizon, however, we've known for some time that the mid-range device should arrive in the country through all major carriers. This means that U.S. Cellular and T-Mobile should eventually offer the Galaxy A51 as well, but they don't at the time of writing. Nevertheless, customers who have bought the Galaxy A51 from Sprint can take advantage of T-Mobile's network infrastructure now that the two carriers have merged.
AT&T's special offer gets you a $150 Visa Reward Card
AT&T has a limited time offer whereby customers get a $150 AT&T Visa Reward Card when they buy a new smartphone online along with a qualifying Installment Plan. The Galaxy A51 appears to be eligible too.
The Galaxy A51 is a very competent mid-range phone equipped with a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display with a pixel count of 2400 by 1080, an under-display fingerprint scanner, an Exynos 9611 SoC, 4GB of RAM, a quad-camera setup including a 5MP macro lens, a 32MP selfie shooter, and a 4,000mAh battery with 15W fast charging. Check the links below for more details.