Samsung Galaxy A71 price in Pakistan
Samsung Galaxy A71's price in Pakistan starts at Rs. 56,999. This is for the base variant that comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
- The retail price of the Samsung Galaxy A71 in Pakistan is Rs. 56,999.
Samsung Galaxy A71 - A Phone With The Latest OS
Samsung with another smartphone Galaxy A71 is a new handset of the new product like that will carry the moniker "1" at the end. The fresh leaked information about the is quite appealing. The upcoming smartphone Samsung Galaxy A71 will pack an octa-core processor that is going to Snapdragon 730 chipset. The chipset suggests that this will be a mid-range smartphone of the manufacturers. The chipset of the new Samsung Galaxy A71 will be packed with gigantic RAM of 8 gigabytes that will enhance the processing speed of the phone. The internal storage of the Samsung Galaxy A71's going to be 128 gigabytes and for additional storage, there is a dedicated slot to support a microSD card up to 1 TB. This is an ample amount of storage to keep all the data you need on the Galaxy A71 by Samsung. It will come equipped with a Quad rear camera setup on the back along with an LED flash to the primary lens for taking photographs. The main sensor is 64 megapixels of the Samsung A71 and the ultra-wide-sensor is 12 megapixels and the pair of two lenses is 5 megapixels. The front camera of the new Samsung Galaxy A71 is 32 megapixels. These days the selfie shooter is getting better and better to produce outstanding results. The 6.7 inches Super AMOLED display screen is having full HD plus a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. The Aspect ratio of the Samsung Galaxy A71 is 20:9. These days most phones this company comes equipped with an under-display fingerprint reader and this handset also carries the same pattern for the fingerprint reader. The battery of the Galaxy A71's Non-removable Li-Po is 4500 mAh. The smartphone will you be forced to think about while selecting a good smartphone? Samsung Galaxy A71's price in Pakistan is a bit high but it's all worth it when you actually experience the handset firsthand.