Samsung Galaxy A51 5G vs Motorola One Fusion Plus- Analysis, specs and prices

The new Samsung Galaxy A51 5G device has a 4 camera setup with a main lens of 48 MP, Samsung Exynos 980 processor chipset and a battery of 4500 mAh. On other side, the Motorola One Fusion+ also has awesome features. The comparison for both models with new specs are detailed next.

Samsung Galaxy A51 5G vs Motorola One Fusion+_phone
Samsung Galaxy A51 5G vs Motorola One Fusion+_phone

Processor and Operating System

The Samsung Galaxy A51 5G runs on Samsung Exynos 980 chipset and the processor has a total of 8 cores composed by 2 cores of 2.2 GHz ARM Corte cores of -A77 and 6 cores of 1.8 GHz ARM Corte cores of -A55. It has a maximum CPU frequency of 2200 MHz (megahertz). Some other special features include 64 bit architecture. Running on One UI 2.0 operating system.

The Samsung Exynos 980 is a less powerful chipset processor than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G.

Meanwhile, the Motorola One Fusion+ has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G, the second processor has a total of 8 cores composed by 2 cores of 2.2 GHz Kryo 470 and 6 cores of 1.8 GHz Kryo 470. It has a maximum CPU frequency of 2200 MHz (megahertz). Some other special features include 64 bit architecture,NPU 600 MHz and Multi-core AI engine. And it’s running on One UI 2.0 OS system.

Graphics Processor (GPU)

TheSamsung Galaxy A51 5G is carrying a ARM Mali-G76 MP5,5 cores gpu in the interior and the Motorola One Fusion+ has the Qualcomm Adreno 618,610 MHz (megahertz) graphics processor.

Battery

The Samsung Galaxy A51 5G battery capacity is 4500 mAh which is a 11.1% (percent) less powerful than the 5000 mAh offered by the Motorola One Fusion+. Some features include Fast charging and Non-removable.
The Motorola One Fusion+ battery include Fast charging, Non-removable, 45W Hyper charging support and TurboPower.

Screen

The handset is using a Super AMOLED display with 1080 x 2400 pixels and a screen size of 6.5 in (inches).

Meanwhile the Motorola One Fusion+ is featuring a IPS display with 1080 x 2340 pixels and a screen size of 6.5 in (inches).

As we can see here, the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G is the same size as Motorola One Fusion+ screen. The main display features of both phones are detailed next:

Samsung Galaxy A51 5G Motorola One Fusion+
Capacitive Capacitive
Infinity-O Display Multi-touch
Multi-touch Total Vision display
Scratch resistant

RAM Memory and storage

On the memory hardware side, the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G is carrying a ram memory of 6 GB (gigabytes) or 8 GB (gigabytes) with some features like LPDDR4X and Double channel.

The Motorola One Fusion+ is coming with a 6 GB (gigabytes) and it has some features like 1866 MHz (megahertz), LPDDR4X and Double channel.
In the basic edition, both phones have the same ram capacity of 6 gigabytes.

The maximum capacity offered by the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G is 8 gigabytes ,which is a 33.33% bigger than the Motorola One Fusion+ with 6 gigabytes.

How much built-in storage space you can get for apps and saving photos, files and video? The Samsung Galaxy A51 5G comes with or 128 GB (gigabytes). In the basic edition, both phones have the same storage capacity of 128 gigabytes.

Motorola One Fusion+ gets you or 128 GB (gigabytes) of internal storage.

Rear Camera

The Samsung Galaxy A51 5G rear camera setup is composed by 4 lenses of 48/12/5/5 MP , the flash type is LED , carrying a sensor like Samsung S5KGM2 , a pixel size of 0.8 µm (micrometers) and aperture lens of f/2.0 f/2.2 f/2.4 f/2.2 respectively.

Samsung Galaxy a51 5g
Samsung Galaxy a51 5g

Meanwhile the Motorola One Fusion+ rear camera comes with 4 lenses of 64/8/5/2 MP , the flash type is LED , a pixel size of 0.8 µm (micrometers) and aperture lens of f/1.8 f/2.2 f/2.2 f/2.2 respectively.

Motorola One Fusion+ camera
Motorola One Fusion+ camera
Samsung Galaxy A51 5G Motorola One Fusion+
Aperture size – f/2.2 (#2) 1080p @ 30 fps (#3)
Aperture size – f/2.2 (#4) Angle of view – 118° (#2)
Aperture size – f/2.4 (#3) Aperture size – f/2.2 (#2)
Autofocus Aperture size – f/2.4 (#3)
Continuous shooting Aperture size – f/2.4 (#4)
Digital image stabilization Autofocus
Digital zoom Continuous shooting
Exposure compensation Digital image stabilization
Face detection Digital zoom
Fourth rear camera – 5 MP (depth-sensing) Exposure compensation
Geotagging Face detection
HDR Fourth rear camera – 2 MP (depth-sensing)
ISO settings Geotagging
Panorama HDR
Phase detection autofocus (PDAF) ISO settings
Pixel size – 1.12 μm (#2) Laser autofocus (LAF)
Pixel size – 1.12 μm (#3) Macro mode
Pixel size – 1.6 μm (4-in-1 pixel binning) Night Vision
Scene mode Panorama
Secondary rear camera – 12 MP (ultra-wide angle) Phase detection autofocus (PDAF)
Self-timer Pixel size – 1.12 μm (#2)
Sensor type – ISOCELL PLUS Pixel size – 1.12 μm (#3)
Super Phase Detection Pixel size – 1.6 μm (4-in-1 pixel binning)
Third rear camera – 5 MP (macro) Pixel size – 1.75 μm (#4)
Touch focus RAW
White balance settings Scene mode
Secondary rear camera – 8 MP (ultra-wide angle)
Self-timer
Third rear camera – 5 MP (macro)
Touch focus
White balance settings

Front Camera – Selfie

The Samsung Galaxy A51 5G comes with a 32 MP in the front.

The Motorola One Fusion+ has a 16 MP as a main front-camera.

Some other front camera features are detailed next:

Samsung Galaxy A51 5G Motorola One Fusion+
32 MP 16 MP
Aperture:f/2.2 Aperture:f/2.0
Face unlock Face unlock
Pixel size:0.8 µm /0.000800 mm Mechanical pop-up camera
Sensor model:Samsung S5KGD1 Night Vision
Sensor type – ISOCELL Slim Pixel size – 1.6 μm (4-in-1 pixel binning)
Sensor type:ISOCELL Pixel size:1 µm /0.001000 mm

Data network and speed connectivity/bandwidth

The mobile networks technologies improve the communication between devices, connectivity speed and files download/upload bandwidth depending of the place.

Samsung Galaxy A51 5G Motorola One Fusion+
5G NSA EDGE
5G SA GPRS
Built-in 5G modem HSPA+
EDGE LTE Cat 12(102.0/603.0 Mbit/s)
GPRS UMTS(384 kbit/s)
HSPA+(5.76/ 42 Mbit/s)
LTE
UMTS(384 kbit/s)

Price

The Samsung Galaxy A51 5G price is $500 and the Motorola One Fusion+ price tag is $350

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