Samsung Galaxy M51

Today, on August 20, Sammbile reported that the South Korean tech giant plans to launch a new smartphone product – the Samsung Galaxy M51. We expect the latter will hit the market in the near future. The first markets to get it are India and Russia.

Samsung Galaxy M51

The source mentioned that Samsung’s official web page of the local market already shows this handset on the support page. There are also some features we can get acquainted with. Say, the Samsung Galaxy M51 will sport a 6.65-inch AMOLED screen. The supplier is Huaxing Optoelectronics and the resolution is Full HD+.

Apart from this, the page shows that the Samsung Galaxy M51 will sport the Snapdragon 730 processor, supplemented by 8GB RAM + 128GB ROM, and running on Android 10 system.

Well, all these features are not anything attractive. But we have heard that our protagonist will come with a 7000mAh monster-size battery. The latter will support 25W fast charging. If the information is accurate, the phone will become one of the phones with the longest battery life among all smartphones launched this year. Currently, there is no news to indicate the exact time to market for this new product.

The Galaxy M51 will feature a quad-camera module with a 64MP wide-angle lens and a 12MP ultrawide lens. But we have no information concerning the rest two sensors.

The launch of the Samsung Galaxy M51 clearly shows that the company isn’t done with the Galaxy M series just yet. As a reminder, the company has launched the following models this year: the Galaxy M01, Galaxy M01 Core, Galaxy M01s, Galaxy M11, Galaxy M21, Galaxy M31, and the Galaxy M31s.

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