The Galaxy M51 has been certified by the Bluetooth Alliance (SIG), meaning the machine will be available soon. 91Mobiles earlier reported that the aircraft is expected to be available in India later this year. The Bluetooth Alliance-certified device is an SM-515F model, which matches the exposure made last month in the Geekbench benchmark database. In terms of configuration, the machine may either have an eight-core SM6150 chipset (Qualcomm SnapDragon 675) with 8GB of RAM and pre-installed Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 software.
The recently exposed Bluetooth Alliance authentication information does not disclose much of the Samsung Galaxy M51, only that it has Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity characteristics. However, in terms of overall specifications, the Galaxy M51 should be positioned in the mid-range (as much as the Galaxy M40 configuration released last year).
Samsung Galaxy M51 – What to please? (via)
While the performance of the SnapDragon 675 chipset isn’t very weak, there is a generation gap with the new SnapDragon 720G or 730 SoC. It is still a test whether consumers are willing to pay for this.
For photographs, reference can be made to Samsung’s 64MP rear four-camera combination for the Galaxy M31s model, complemented by built-in 128GB of storage and a possible under-screen fingerprint sensor.