Samsung Galaxy A51 5G with Android 10 Certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance


The upcoming smartphone from Samsung, the Galaxy A51 5G, has so far appeared on Geekbench and it has been certified by TENAA as well. Last month, an official support page of the Galaxy A51 5G had also gone live, confirming the existence of the device. Today, the Galaxy A51 5G has been certified by the Wi-Fi alliance. Let us check out its details.

Samsung Galaxy A51 5G Certified Through the Wi-Fi Alliance

As you can see in the images above, the model that has been certified by Wi-Fi Alliance is the Samsung SM-A516N, which, we know from the recent leaks, is the Galaxy A51 5G. According to the documentation, the smartphone has dual-band (2.4GHz and 5GHz) Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac and also Wi-Fi Direct, just like its 4G sibling, the Galaxy A51. Moreover, the Wi-Fi Alliance listing of the Galaxy A51 5G reveals that the smartphone runs on the Android 10 OS.

The Samsung Galaxy A51 5G is expected to share its hardware with the Galaxy A51. However, to support the 5G cellular network, the Galaxy A51 5G is expected to come with Exynos 980 SoC, which is a mid-range chipset from Samsung. The Galaxy A51 5G will most likely launch in countries with 5G network. So, don’t expect it to launch in markets like India where there is no 5G network on offer.