Samsung Galaxy A51 with punch-hole display, quad cameras revealed in renders

first_imgThe Galaxy A51 is getting closer and closer to becoming realm. The phone has certainly been in the news for a while now, even though its launch isn’t expected until early next year. Rumours over the past few weeks suggest the Galaxy A51 will sport a quad camera setup and a waterdrop display. Some 3D renders have surfaced showing off the Galaxy A51 from all sides. While we do see the quad camera setup on the rendered A51, it seems Samsung may go with a punch-hole display instead of a waterdrop notch.The latest renders and a 360-degree video comes via tipster OnLeaks in collaboration with Pricebaba. Starting with the display, we see that the Galaxy A51 could get a centered hole-punch cutout for the selfie camera much like on the Galaxy Note 10. The display on the Galaxy A51 will be flat and will come with slim bezels according to the renders. Moreover, the Galaxy A51 will retain the 3.5mm headphone jack which can be seen on the bottom next to the Type-C port.The Galaxy A51 is tipped to come with a 6.5-inch FHD+ AMOLED display, which will be slightly bigger than the Galaxy A50’s screen. Coming to the back, we see a curved glossy rear panel, but it isn’t clear whether it is glass. To recall, the Galaxy A50 was launched with a plastic rear panel in gradient colours. The quad camera setup is in an L-shape arrangement within a square module. Three sensors are placed vertically while the fourth is seen just below the LED flash. The camera system is tipped to include a 48MP main sensor, 12MP wide-angle lens, 12MP telephoto lens and a 5MP depth sensor. Like the Galaxy A50, the Galaxy A51 is also expected to come with an in-display fingerprint sensor.advertisementSamsung’s Galaxy A51 is said to be powered by an Exynos 9611 chipset, which is the same SoC powering the Galaxy A50s. It may also come with 4GB and 6GB of RAM with up to 128GB of internal storage.ALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy S11 colour options tipped, new Galaxy Buds may be in the workslast_img read more

Britains carmakers unite for sendoff to Frankfurt International Motor Show

10 British-built cars joined by Business Secretary Sajid Javid and industry leaders in Greenwich before flying the UK flag at next week’s Frankfurt International Motor Show.Investment into UK automotive sector breaks £2 billion barrier for 2015, with 4,500 new jobs announced in the same period.The UK automotive sector now accounts for 11.8% of Britain’s total exports.The UK car industry united this afternoon for a unique send-off ahead of one of the world’s most influential motor shows – and the biggest in Europe. In an extraordinary gathering in Greenwich, London, senior executives from across the industry were joined by Business Secretary Sajid Javid alongside 10 of their most exciting new cars, which will be flying the British flag at next week’s Frankfurt International Motor Show.Vehicles from the broad spectrum of Britain’s thriving automotive industry were on display, from volume-produced family hatchbacks to high-end luxury and sports models. Each car is the result of significant investment in the UK’s R&D capability and production facilities, which has supported UK economic growth.The event coincided with further evidence of the UK’s automotive resurgence with news that the total amount of investment already announced this year has now surpassed £2 billion, with more than 4,500 new jobs created.The UK automotive sector is one of the most advanced in the world, and global appetite for high-quality British-built cars has never been stronger with exports to more than 100 countries worldwide. Demand across Europe – our biggest export market – grew more than 10% last year, and overall car exports were worth £24.6 billion in 2014 – the most ever.The first six months of this year saw more cars produced here than in any half-year since 2008, with a vehicle rolling off an assembly line every 20 seconds. While the number of cars produced in Britain continues to rise, they are also becoming ever-more British. Figures released earlier this year by the Automotive Council revealed that UK vehicle manufacturers spent 19% more on domestically manufactured components in 2014 compared with the previous year. This growth has brought more than £1 billion of extra business to UK-based supply chain manufacturers, boosting jobs and growth nationwide.The automotive industry’s contribution to the UK economy is also growing: it now supports almost 800,000 jobs across the country – around 160,000 of which are in manufacturing – while the sector now makes up a greater share of overall UK exports than ever before at 11.8%. With year-on-year increases in productivity and technological innovation that is amongst the best in the world, the sector is globally competitive.Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive, said, “The UK automotive industry’s resurgence continues and this diverse range of British-built cars which will premiere in Frankfurt clearly demonstrates the strength of UK automotive. From Goodwood to Sunderland, Llanelli to Falkirk, the automotive industry supports some 800,000 highly skilled jobs making world class products of which Britain can be justifiably proud.”Business Secretary Sajid Javid said, “The automotive industry is a UK success story with government and industry working closely to boost productivity and growth. Not only do we build cars extremely well, but our research and development and design capabilities are equally as impressive. Together we are shaping a 21st Century sector that is going from strength to strength.”Joe Greenwell, CEO, Automotive Investment Organisation, said, “The level of foreign investment we received this year demonstrates the confidence in the UK automotive sector. The companies here today are global automotive leaders who chose the UK due to our leading productivity figures and low costs, cutting-edge R&D base as well as an unprecedented demand for our products both at home and overseas. The stars are uniquely aligned for the UK automotive industry, and we should be proud that the sector is leading a resurgence in UK manufacturing.” The cars and where they are made:Aston Martin Rapide (Gaydon)Bentley Flying Spur (Crewe)Honda Civic Type-R (Swindon)Jaguar XF (Castle Bromwich)Range Rover (Solihull)MINI Clubman (Oxford)Nissan Qashqai (Sunderland)Rolls-Royce Dawn (Goodwood)Toyota Auris Hybrid Touring Sports (Burnaston)Vauxhall Astra (Ellesmere Port)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more