Last month we told you that Samsung Galaxy A71 5G has arrived in the US with Snapdragon 765G now it is scheduled for Verizon
The Samsung Galaxy A71s 5G UW has been given the go-in advance by the FCC. The cellular phone, model name SM-A716V, will be a Verizon unique in the US and feature mmWave aid about the typical A71 5G telephone.
Interestingly, the dimensions of the device are given as 151.7 mm tall and 69.1 mm wide. That is far too smaller – the Galaxy A71 5G measures 162.5 x 75.5 mm, which is about the exact same sizing as the 4G A71. Even the Galaxy A51 5G is taller and wider at 158.9 x 73.6 mm.
Samsung Galaxy A71s UW schematics: Dimensions • mmWave antenna placement
Anyway, the Galaxy A71s 5G UW will have two mmWave antennas and will aid two mmWave bands (n260 and n261), in addition to a few sub-6 GHz bands (n2, n5, and n66).
The phone’s mmWave capabilities are courtesy of the Snapdragon 765G chipset (as seen in Geekbench, the chipset is code-named “lito”). For comparison, the 4G design has an S730 chipset whilst the A71 5G works by using an Exynos 980.
It’s not crystal clear when it will be formally unveiled, but it has all the important certifications (which includes from the Bluetooth SIG and Wi-Fi Alliance). We do know that it will be joined by a Galaxy A51 5G UW, it also passed via Geekbench not long ago.