Recently, Samsung has released its phones with a bit of a bit of a bit of a rhythm, launching the Galaxy M11, Galaxy M21 and Galaxy M31. Samsung is reportedly developing two new Galaxy M-Series phones: the Galaxy M51 (SM-M515F model) and the Galaxy M31s (SM-M317F).
Presumably, the Galaxy M51 may be a renamed version of the Galaxy A51. It may bring about some changes in design and hardware. The galaxy M31s name suggests it could be an upgrade to the Galaxy M31, which debuted earlier this year.
The Galaxy M31s smartphone will go on sale as early as next week or early June, while the Galaxy M51 will be available at the end of June, industry sources have learned.
Of course, Samsung may have launched the two new phones earlier, but they could be purchased in late June or early July. The reason behind the not-so-quick market launch may be that production is slow due to the blocking restrictions on COVID-19.
A new report on the 91 phones reveals the camera sizes of both phones, with both the Galaxy M51 and the Galaxy M31 expected to feature a rear four-lens design with a main camera of 64 megapixels.
The rendering of the Galaxy M51 with three rear cameras that appeared a few months ago seems incorrect, and the main sensor of the newly-explosive rear camera has a good chance of being mounted with Samsung’s ISOCELL GW1 6400 pixel lens.
According to a previous Samsung report, both the Galaxy M51 and Galaxy M31s will start with 128GB of built-in storage, with a follow-up 64GB of storage likely.
On the operating system side, the Galaxy M51 and Galaxy M31 are based on One UI 2.0-based Android 10. In addition, the Galaxy M51 may be equipped with in-screen fingerprint recognition. The exact hardware specifications of the new machines are not yet known, but it is not hard to guess that they are likely to use the AMOLED display and the mid-range Exynos chipset.
It is speculated that Samsung’s two phones will soon be available, so a trailer for the two phones will be released soon.