The M-Series is a mid-to-low-end series in Samsung’s Galaxy product line, and the latest in the series, the Galaxy M51, has been unveiled, signalling the impending arrival of the next new machine in the M-Series. From the rendering, the Galaxy M51 has a popular full screen on the front of the hole, which is located in the upper left corner of the body, and the back is a rectangular three-shot, plus back fingerprint recognition, with 3.5mm headphone hole, Type-C interface, and looks like a plastic body.
By specification, the Galaxy M51 may feature a SnapDragon 730 processor, built-in 6GB of memory, 128GB of storage, a screen size of 6.3 inches, FHD plus resolution, a back camera with 48 megapixels plus 8 megapixels plus 5 megapixels, and a 16-megapixel single camera.
There are also 4000mAh batteries, SD card extensions, dual-card dual-waiting and other functions.
Of course, Samsung hasn’t released any details about the Galaxy M51, so the parameters are likely to change, but overall, the Galaxy M51 should be a standard mid-to-low-end model, priced roughly around $2,000.