Samsung Galaxy A1 (AU$599) beats the iPhone SE(AU$749) in price and some specific ways. Samsung A series has been one of the popular handset devices this year. The Samsung Galaxy A51 performs exceptionally in terms of screen size, software features, picture quality, and speed. The device is powered by the Samsung-made Exynos 9611 processor that’s the Galaxy A51’s Achilles. The phone isn’t a high-performance device like the Galaxy S20. Apple integrated the iPhone SE with the same A13 Bionic chip as its most expensive iPhone 11, so Apple’s phone has more speed. But Samsung has its charm.
Samsung Galaxy A51 has 128GB internal storage and it also supports external storage, too. Apple only gives you 64GB storage for its SE model. Both phones give great battery life around 16 hours on the test, while the Galaxy A51 lets you enjoy the battery life for 20 minutes longer than the SE when watching moving. The iPhone SE offers you great imagery with optical image stabilization, but the A51’s four-camera give you more shooting variants.
The A51’s front-facing camera is more obvious and uses the optical in-screen fingerprint sensor. A51 is also slightly lighter too, due to its plastic rear side. Galaxy A51 is a 6.5-inch FHD AMOLED display, where iPhone SE (2020) is a 4.7-inch Retina HD display. The A51 uses Android 10 and iPhone SE uses iOS 13, which means both are using the latest stable version of operating systems. The Galaxy A51 has a 32-megapixel camera and iPhone offers only 7-megapixel for front-facing photography. Both phones let you shoot 4K video.
The Galaxy A51 is available in a 4GB/128GB model whereas iPhone SE has 64GB/128GB/256GB variants and it doesn’t allow extendable storage. Galaxy A51 has a headphone jack, while the iPhone lack this feature. A51 comes with 15W fast charging. iPhone has water-resistant, dual-SIM capabilities, and allows wireless charging.