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The Samsung Galaxy A71 5G and A21s have landed at Optus

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Edit: We've recently launched Galaxy Note20 5G and Note20 Ultra 5G.

Earlier in the year, Samsung announced the release of several new additions to their A Series Range. Amongst them, an even more affordable mid-range 5G capable phone, the Samsung Galaxy A71 5G.

We also saw the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy A21s . A budget smart phone packed with all the essentials, including a Quad cam and Samsung’s Infinity-O display.

Find out more below:

Introducing the Samsung A71 5G to Optus

5G with an affordable price tag.

The Samsung A71 5G is the follow up mid-range 5G device to the A90 5G released late last year. It's not only one of the most affordable 5G capable phones currently available but boasts several nifty features that you mightn't expect from a mid-range device.

Check out some of the awesome features of the A71 5G:

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Seriously Fast 5G:Stream, download, and post at seriously fast speeds with incredible 5G capability.

Fast and Powerful:
The incredible Octa-core processor with 8GB of RAM is designed to ensure powerful performance, so your phone works fast, smoothly and efficiently. 

Quad Cam:
Capture your world from a new perspective, with a hi-res 64MP main camera, combined with Ultra-Wide, Depth, and the new Macro lens.

Infinity-O Display: 
More screen, less interruptions with the 6.7" Super AMOLED Plus Infinity-O Display.


Device is capable of working on the Optus 5G network, which is rolling out in selected areas. Not available in NT or TAS. When not in a 5G coverage area, compatible devices will switch to the Optus 4G or 3G Network where available. Check Actual speeds achievable will vary depending on service availability and other factors.
Display measured diagonally without accounting for rounded corners.

The Samsung Galaxy A21s

Get more bang for your buck

It might come with a pint-sized price tag, but the Samsung Galaxy A21s is packed with features. The immersive Infinity-O1 display brings all your content to life, and the long-lasting battery3 keeps you connected for uninterrupted entertainment.

Here's just a few of the features to be aware of:

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Long-lasting Battery: 
With a massive, long-lasting 5,000mAh (typical2) fast-charging (15W) battery, you'll have the power to keep having fun without the battery woes.1

Quad Cam: Capture your world from a new perspective, with hi-res 48MP main camera, combined with Ultra-Wide Depth, and the new Macro lens.

Expandable Storage: 32GB built-in memory and the option to add more with the microSD card slot.3

Infinity-O display: More screen, less interruptions with the 6.5" Infinity-O Display.4


1Based on independent third-party testing. Battery capacity value of a ‘typical’ user. Rated (i.e. minimum) battery capacity value is 4,900 mAh. Actual battery capacity value may vary. See user manual for instructions on optimum battery life.
Actual battery life varies by network environment, features and apps used, frequency of calls and messages, number of times charged, and many other factors. Please see user manual for instructions on how to care for the battery and achieve optimum battery life. Adaptive Fast Charger required for fast charging.
3User accessible memory will be less, depending on pre-installed content. Micro SD card sold separately.
4Display measured diagonally without accounting for rounded corners.

What other Samsung Galaxy A Series are available through Optus:

The Samsung Galaxy A51

We got our first introduction to the 2020 A series range with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy A51.

Equipped with an eye catching 6.5” AMLOED display with a rear panel composed of a Quad-array camera setup, the A51 has you covered.

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Want to learn more?
Check out all of our Samsung devices up on our Optus Shop page . If you’ve already placed an order, learn more about tracking and deliveries here.

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Have any of these devices captured your attention? Let us know in the comment section below 🙂