Media 91Mobiles reported that Samsung is developing two mid-range new models, the Galaxy M51 (code name SM-515F) and the Galaxy M317F. According to a report by SamMobile, Samsung is said to have 128GB of storage when it starts, but a version of the 64GB ROM is likely to follow. Obviously, this is a big difference from the Galaxy M51 news we first heard in March.
The leaked rendering shows the Galaxy M51 with a slender border and a vertically arranged rectangular rear-three-camera module. In addition to the slightly thicker chin, the other three sides are narrow-rimmed, with a circular Infinity-O front intake in the upper left corner.
The solid fingerprint sensor is also centered on the back, the power and volume keys are on the right side of the body, and the SIM tray may be available on the other side.
The bottom has a speaker grille and USB Type-C charging/data port, but the 3.5mm headphone jack is moved to the top of the body.
Unfortunately, the exact hardware specifications for the new machine are not yet known, but it’s not hard to guess the AMOLED display, the mid-range Exynos chipset, and the configuration combination that is pre-installed based on Android 10 customization OfUI 2.0.
The number of primary sensor pixels in the rear three cameras should be higher, supplemented by a wide-angle, macro(or depth sensor) lens combination.
As for the Galaxy M31s, it’s clearly much less attention. As an upgraded version of the existing Galaxy M31, its design and specifications should not change much. If all goes well, Samsung may release it later this year.