The Samsung Galaxy M51 might launch very soon. Over the past few weeks, the upcoming mid-range smartphone has received certifications from the FCC, Wi-Fi Alliance, and Bluetooth SIG. Now, support pages for the handset have started popping up on Samsung's official websites.
Samsung has published product support pages for the Galaxy M51 on its official websites for Kazakhstan and Russia. The support pages themselves don't reveal anything about the handset but they do confirm the existence of the phone.
Product support pages going live on official websites also indicate an imminent launch. The model number SM-M515F/DSN further confirms that the phone will be available in a dual-SIM variant as well.
Galaxy M51 support pages go live, may launch next month
The Galaxy M51 was initially reported to make its debut in India last month itself. However, Samsung delayed the launch because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company is now reportedly preparing for a September launch of the new mid-range smartphone.
Although we're still a good few weeks away from an expected official announcement, we already know a lot about this handset. We are expecting a massive 6.7-inch Full HD+ punch-hole display which may not be a Samsung-made panel. Reports are that the South Korean behemoth could use OLED screens from a Chinese supplier, possibly CSOT, in some of its mid-range phones including the Galaxy M51.
The Galaxy M51 could also feature a Snapdragon 730 processor with 6GB/8GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage. The phone will obviously run on Android 10 with Samsung's One UI on top. The presence on the Single Take camera feature suggests that it'll be One UI version 2.1 or newer. Whether the company will offer a full-fledged One UI or only the 'Core' version is still a mystery, though.
The upcoming mid-ranger is getting a 64-megapixel quad-camera setup at the back. Along with the main shooter, there will be a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera, a depth-sensing camera, and a macro sensor. The exact specifications of the latter two sensors, as well as that of the front-facing camera, is not known yet.
Samsung is also upping the battery game by offering a humongous 7,000 mAh battery pack with the Galaxy M51. It'll charge at 25W speed via a bundled USB-C charger. This will be the first time Samsung is offering a USB-C charger with a mid-range smartphone.
Other key Galaxy M51 specs include an in-display fingerprint sensor, NFC, a 3.5mm headphone jack, GPS, and Bluetooth 5.0. More details about the handset should surface online in the coming weeks as we inch closer to its launch.