Review Samsung Galaxy M51 – The Galaxy M51 carries a 6.7-inch screen using a Super AMOLED Plus panel which offers Full HD Plus resolution. This phone packs a sleek design with a glossy and modern design.
The small hole that is placed in the center of the screen is a place for a 32 megapixel camera to be used to take selfies or video calls equipped with the Live-Focus feature. While at the back, we get a quad-camera setup.
The four cameras installed form the letter “L” in the rectangular camera module consisting of a 64 megapixel main camera paired with a 12 megapixel ultra wide angle camera, then a 5 megapixel macro lens and finally a 5 megapixel depth sensor.
The main highlight on the Samsung Galaxy M51 is the Monster battery with a capacity of 7,000 mAh which is very large and beats other existing Galaxy M-Series smartphones such as the Galaxy M31s which has a 6,000 mAh battery.
The large battery of course allows the user to carry out activities throughout the day. It’s even more fun because Samsung has also included support for 25 Watt fast-charging technology which will provide faster power.
Samsung only mentions octa-core processors without saying the actual chipset name. But according to reports, it’s the Snapdragon 730 that Qualcomm releases with a focus on a smooth gaming experience.
Accompanying the processor, 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage have been embedded. If it’s still lacking, there’s microSD card support to allow users to expand more storage capacity up to 512GB.
Completing the specifications, there is a fingerprint sensor that is placed on the side for security. The Galaxy M51 is also equipped with integrated Samsung Knox as an additional device protection that can protect sensitive data from malware or other threats.
The Galaxy M51, which comes in two color choices such as White and Black, runs the Android 10 operating system based on the OneUI interface on it.