Samsung’s M51 has been announced in Germany. It is a phone with a large 7000 MAh battery, four cameras and a Snapdragon 730.
Samsung Galaxy M51 official
The biggest Achilles heel of modern smartphones remains the capacity of the battery because after a little longer than a day you irrevocably have to use the charger. We have seen for some time that more and more manufacturers equip their phones with large batteries, and that is also what Samsung is doing with the Galaxy M51. That device has a 7000 mAh battery, and that is a capacity that we often see with tablets. The M51 has now been released in Germany, GalaxyClub knows that.
The Samsung Galaxy M51, as previously known, has a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2340 by 1080 pixels. There is an Infinity-O notch in the panel, there is a fingerprint scanner on the side and the phone has a 3.5mm audio jack. The device also has a Snapdragon 730 processor that we often see in mid-range phones, and Samsung also adds a generous 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB storage. The battery is of course a 7000 mAh one and you can charge it with the 25-watt fast charger.
On the back of this phone is a four-lens camera setup. First, there is a 64 MP main camera that is assisted by a 12 MP wide-angle camera. The latter takes photos at an angle of 123 degrees. On the back is also a 5 MP depth camera that helps with bokeh photos and a 5 MP macro camera for photos of objects close by. Finally, there is another 32 MP selfie camera in the screen notch.
Samsung’s M51 is currently only launched in Germany, where it costs 360 euros. That’s slightly more than the cost of the company’s M21 and M31. The phones will appear in a white and black variant. According to Galaxyclub, we can also expect the phone from us soon, and we have already asked for a response from Samsung. We will update this article as soon as we have an answer.