Samsung Galaxy M51 to launch with 7000 mAh battery and 6GB RAM

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Samsung to launch Galaxy M51 with 7000 mAh battery and 6GB RAM

Samsung has launched its Galaxy M51 in Germany and is expected to launch in India soon. The Samsung Galaxy M51 Android Smartphone is currently listed on Samsung’s official Germany website and has a price tag of 360 euros (Rs 31,400 approx). As the official website, the smartphone will come in two Black and White color options. The company has already started teasing its India debut on Amazon, and the rumours suggest that the smartphone could be launched in India in the second week of September.

Samsung Galaxy M51 is currently available for pre-orders on the website. The Samsung Galaxy M51 Android Smartphone is featured by a 6.7-inch full-HD+ Super AMOLED+ Infinity-O display. The smartphone comes with a hole-punch cutout which is located at the top center with a selfie camera. According to reports, it was known that the smartphone could come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 SoC under the hood and has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.

Samsung Galaxy M51 packs 6GB of RAM and 128GB onboard storage and can be expanded using a microSD card. The company says that the smartphone runs on OneUI, based on Android 10. 

In terms of cameras, the Samsung Galaxy M51 smartphone features a quad-camera setup at the back with a 64-megapixel primary sensor, a 12-megapixel sensor, a 5-megapixel depth sensor, and a 5-megapixel macro camera. On the front, the Android Smartphone sports a 32-megapixel selfie shooter.

Well, the most interesting part of the smartphone is the battery as the Samsung Galaxy M51 is powered with a huge 7000 mAh battery and also supports 25W quick-charging. It is not yet clear by the company when the smartphone will be launched in India also it was not known that the smartphone supports 5G connectivity or not. For more news on tech and cybersecurity stay tuned on Android Rookies by following us on Google news.

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