SRINAGAR — Samsung is going to introduce a phone called Galaxy M51 any time now, and reports about the device have been pouring in since March. The latest leak says it will come with Snapdragon 730 chipset and mind-blowing battery capacity of 7,000 mAh – the most ever put in a smartphone.
The leak, according to GSM Arena, further claims that the Samsung Galaxy M51 will arrive with a 64 MP main camera, while the front will have a flat 6.67″ panel with Full HD+ resolution.
A phone with the model number SM-M515F said to be the Galaxy M51, already appeared on Geekbench with 8 GB RAM, as well as on FCC with a 25W charging support, which isn’t a surprise – the Galaxy M31s has the same feature.
The phone is expected to debut in India, but given the fact a support page appeared on the Samsung Russia website, it is safe to say more markets will be able to meet and greet this powerhouse of a smartphone.
One feature that users would love to see is reverse charging so they can pump some juice into their friend’s dying smartphone or wireless accessories such as headphones or smartwatch.
It is pertinent to mention here that Samsung Galaxy M51 renders and leaks have been popping on the web for more than six months now, and industry sources say that the launch of Samsung Galaxy M51 was delayed and is now slated for September.