Samsung has been emerging in the mid-range sector of the tech industry vastly. There is no doubt that you get your eyes laid on Samsung whenever you think of a powerfully packaged mid-range smartphone. With the advancement of technology over the years, the high-end features are now easy to accumulate in a medium range budget. The new Samsung Galaxy M51 seems to be one of those powerful gadgets, which deliver the best value for money. But Samsung has not confirmed about the features of this Galaxy smartphone. Although, the latest flash we see is about Samsung calling this smartphone the meanest monster.
According to anonymous updates, this Galaxy smartphone is going to pack a lot of features that could be associated to top-tier mobile phones. If not mistaken, the major spec confirmation is about the giant battery of 7200 mAH to be equipped in Samsung Galaxy M51. This will be the biggest battery capacity any smartphone will ever have in the mobile tech industry. And, well you can tell why Samsung has been calling this smartphone a monster.
There is not much that is out by Samsung about the Galaxy M51, but some updates behind the doors are revealed. Apart from comprising rock-solid specifications, another blistering major feature will include the Snapdragon Qualcomm® TM 730G processor. This shall be the first ever Galaxy smartphone to capture this solid processor.
The display to be seen in the incoming Samsung Galaxy mobile phone is an impressive 6.7-inch display with AMOLED FHD infinity-O screen. With that, expectable camera setup to be incorporated is the Quad 64 MP camera which seems out of the box. As of now, any other information related to the camera is not revealed yet.
The M series by Samsung have taken mid-range mobile district to a newer level with top-notch features, and a much reasonable price. Now, end users can avail better feature options in compact price package. The full details of Samsung Galaxy M51 will be revealed by Samsung on September 10, so hold on for the splendour.
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