Samsung Galaxy M51’s support page is now live: Here’s what we know so far

Samsung Galaxy M51’s support page is now live: Here’s what we know so far

The Galaxy M51 is set to succeed the popular Galaxy M40, a “power” Galaxy phone which was announced in June 2019.

The Samsung Galaxy M51 is now almost ready to be launched.

A week after the device was spotted on US FCC certification, the successor of the Galaxy M40’s support page has finally gone live. The handset’s page can now be accessed via Samsung Russia’s website.

Support page’s now up

Bearing the number SM-M515F/DSN model number, the purported Galaxy M51’s page didn’t reveal any pertinent details about the device. However, the Russian site did show some key information on vital topics about power and charging, setting the phone up, and using a Galaxy phone as a tethering or Wi-Fi hotspot.

Galaxy M51: Rumored features

The Galaxy M51 is speculated previously to launch with a 6.7-inch Infinity-O IPS LCD screen, with a resolution of 1,080 x 2,340 pixels. Its screen is also tipped to be protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. A display cutout could also be in the mix. Other sources predict that the phone might arrive with an OLED.

The phone is likely to sport a plastic frame and back panel.

Talking about its rear panel, the Galaxy M51 might feature a triple- or quadruple-camera setup on its rear. The system could comprise a 64MP wide camera, a 12MP ultrawide sensor, and a 5MP depth lens. The handset’s display punch-hole, on the other hand, might house a large 32MP front-facing snapper.

While some sources indicated recently that the device might pack Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 730 chip, its listing on Geekbench told a different story.

The phone’s listing mentioned an sm6150, which is said to be the American chipmaker’s Snapdragon 675 SoC port number. The chip features eight cores, alongside a base frequency of 1.80 GHz.

Meanwhile, the listing revealed that the phone score 546 and 1,784 points in its single-core and multi-core tests, respectively. The handset could also pack 8GB of RAM and Android 10 out of the box.

In July, the phone was also caught on the Bluetooth SIG website, indicating an inclusion of support for Bluetooth v5.0. On paper, when a phone appears on this site, the device in question would often go official a month after.

Another rumored specification for the Galaxy M51 is a 25W fast charging technology. Alas, its battery capacity remains to be elusive at the time of this writing.

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