Galaxy M51 and M31s in Development, to Come with 128 GB Onboard Memory

Galaxy M51
Source: SamMobile

With Samsung India’s operation kickstarting again, the chaebol has now finally started with the development of two new devices namely Galaxy M51 and Galaxy M31s. With these two devices, the company will expand its budget and mid-range Galaxy M devices in the country. As per a report from SamMobile, the Galaxy M51 will come with the model number SM-M515F while the latter will use SM-M317F model.

Apart from the fact that the development has now started, we also know the company is currently working on 128GB onboard memory variant. We should see the 64GB variant surfacing online later especially for the M31s considering the price range.

While we are hearing about the M31s for the first, that’s not the case with the latter. A couple of months ago, we saw 360-degree renders of the Galaxy M51 smartphone. It is also worth noting that the M51 is most likely going to be a rebranded A51 smartphone. This means that the device will borrow hardware with some design changes and of course, increased battery life.

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Talking about the previously leaked render, we saw a 6.5-inch screen with a punch-hole cutout on the top left corner and small bezels on the side. At the back, the render showcased triple camera sensors on a large rectangular module, also featuring an LED flash. Lastly, we saw a physical fingerprint sensor on the back.

Expected Specs, Features

At the time of writing this, we don’t have any information on the hardware of the device. Since the device will borrow aspects from A51, let’s talk about what the latter comes packed with.

  • 6.5-inch AMOLED panel, 1080 x 2400 pixels, 405 PPI
  • Exynos 9611, 10nm with Mali-G72 MP3 GPU
  • Android 10 OS with One UI 2.1
  • 48MP+12MP+5MP+5MP quad rear camera module
  • 32MP selfie camera with f/2.2 aperture
  • up to 8GB RAM, up to 128GB storage
  • 4,000 mAh battery with 15W fast charging support
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