Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy M51. The smartphone that has been the subject of rumors for several weeks is now available for pre-order in Germany. The previously leaked technical features have all been confirmed, starting with the huge battery from 7.000 mAh which is the peculiarity of the newcomer.
The beating heart is an octa-core processor combined with 6 Gigabytes of RAM and 128 Gigabytes of expandable internal memory. The name of the SoC has not been specified but it should be Qualcomm's Snapdragon 730G. The front is dominated by a large display 6,7-inch Super AMOLED Plus which houses a 32 Megapixel front camera inside a hole.
Four rear cameras. The 64 Megapixel (f / 1.8) main sensor is paired with a 12 Megapixel (f / 2.2) wide angle sensor and two 5 Megapixel (f / 2.4) sensors for macro and depth of field respectively. All housed within a rectangular module.
Finally we come to the software, an aspect that leaves us a little perplexed. Galaxy M51 in fact arrives with on board Android 10 customized with the graphic interface One UI Core, a lighter version of the Samsung interface usually aimed at low-end devices. A somewhat strange choice. It will be interesting to see if the user experience will benefit in any way.
Galaxy M51 is available in white and black colors for 360 euros. For the moment, the availability is limited to the German market but there should be no doubts about the arrival in other markets as well, including that one.
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