Samsung Galaxy A71 CAD Renders reveal a hole-punch display
A week earlier, we got the CAD renders of the Samsung Galaxy A51 that’s most likely launching in early 2020. The CAD renders revealed that Samsung is all set to upgrade its mid-range phones by adding a hole-punch display, something that we are used to seeing only on the company’s premium phones.
Today, the CAD renders of the Samsung Galaxy A71 were shared by OnLeaks in collaboration with CashKaro & they reveal a design similar to that of A51.
The Samsung Galaxy A71 is going to be the successor to the Galaxy A70 of this year that launched with a 4,500mAh battery & triple rear cameras. As we can see in the CAD renders, the A71 has a hole-punch display with a single front camera placed in the middle, just like the Note 10 series. The bottom chin is also pretty slim.
Just as in the case of Galaxy A51, the Galaxy A71 has a rectangular camera module that houses four cameras as well as the LED flash. There is no fingerprint scanner on the rear or on the side, so this means there is an in-display fingerprint scanner. This also means there is an AMOLED panel instead of an LCD.
The USB Type-C port is placed on the bottom alongside the 3.5mm headphone jack & the speaker grill. The dimensions of the phone are 163.5 x 76 x 7.9mm (9.2mm, including rear camera bump) & the display size is around 6.7-inches.
So, what do you think of this design for the next year’s mid-rangers from Samsung? Do let us know via the comments section below.