Samsung Galaxy M51: Samsung Galaxy M51 gets listed on Amazon, to launch soon in India

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Samsung is set to expand its Galaxy M series range of smartphones in India with the launch of Galaxy M51. The handset has got listed on Amazon India website ahead of the launch. ‘Samsung Galaxy M51 Meanest monster ever coming soon,’ reads the listing page. The Amazon microsite, however, does not reveal any specs of the upcoming phone. Needless to say that the Amazon listing also suggests the phone’s availability via the e-commerce site in India.

Samsung Galaxy M51 has been subject to various leaks and rumours recently. A major highlight of the phone will be its 7000mAh battery capacity. It is expected to come with a 25watt fast charging support.
The handset was recently spotted on Geekbench listing website. According to the listing, the Samsung Galaxy M51 may be equipped with a 6.7-inch Full HD+ display with 1080×2400 pixels resolution. The smartphone is said to run Android 10 operating system topped with the company’s own One UI 2.0.
The listing also suggests that the Galaxy M51 may come powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 octa-core processor paired with Adreno 618 GPU. It is expected to pack up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage.
Samsung Galaxy M31 is said to be a dual-SIM smartphone. It may offer a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor to unlock the device. As far as the camera is concerned, Samsung Galaxy M51 is said to come with a quad-camera setup at the back. The camera system may have a 64MP main sensor with LED flash, 12MP ultra-wide angle camera, 5MP depth sensor, and 5MP macro sensor. It may offer a 32MP camera at the front.

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