Samsung India is set to make a big appearance the most recent Galaxy M51 in the country on September 10 at 12 PM. The subtleties have been uncovered by means of Amazon, which has been prodding the key highlights of the new smartphone for some time now.
The Samsung Galaxy M51 was propelled in Germany on August 31 yet there were insights concerning when the new smartphone would be accessible here. Amazon, on the other hand, has been prodding the Galaxy M51 for as far back as not many days, confirming that the new gadget would be an Amazon-selective. It’s now confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy M51 India dispatch is set for September 10.
Samsung Galaxy M51 Specifications
Since the smartphone is as of now official, the specifications and the highlights of the Samsung Galaxy M51 have just been uncovered. The new Galaxy M smartphone highlights a 6.7-inch FHD+ sAMOLED+ Infinity-O display with a punch-hole cutout. It offers 1080 x 2340 pixels and a 60Hz invigorate rate.
The key highlight of the Samsung Galaxy M51 is its monstrous, tablet-like battery of 7,000 mAh limit with 25W quick charging support. For optics, Samsung has incorporated a 64MP quad-camera arrangement with a 12MP ultra-wide-point focal point, a 5MP macro shooter, and a 5MP profundity sensor. There’s a 32MP shooter for selfies.
The specific processor powering the Galaxy M51 is as yet hush-hush, however it’s accepted to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor. It’s hypothesized to be matched with a 6GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage. There’s a devoted microSD card for additional storage expansion, up to 512GB. The smartphone runs OneUI dependent on Android 10.
The cost of the Samsung Galaxy M51 in India is as yet a puzzle, however it’s relied upon to associate with Rs. 30,000. For the asking value, the new smartphone is one of the best, particularly for its monstrous battery. It can do more than dealing with your regular smartphone exercises and run for more than a day on a solitary charge. We’ll know the specific cost of the upcoming gadget as the dispatch approaches.