Samsung’s Galaxy M51 has been rumoured for some time, with the mid-range new machine reportedly set to debut in September. Now, the Galaxy M51 has been found to be in the FCC database, revealing its key specifications. It includes a screenshot of the “About the Phone” menu, confirming the phone’s retail name, and its model sM-M515F.
It has two IMEI numbers, meaning it supports dual SIM card connections. Screenshots from the ‘Status’ menu show that the Galaxy M51 will support 25W (9V x 2.77A) charging and will be equipped with an EP-TA800 travel adapter. Unfortunately, the full hardware specifications of the phone have not been disclosed.
Samsung Galaxy M51 FCC files show that it has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC and 4G LTE connectivity and will be shipped with Samsung EP-DA705BBE headphones in white and black. It is reported that the m51 is 9 cm x 5 cm in size, diagonal 160 mm and 200 mm, such as the above is through the FCC certification revealed all the content. However, according to the latest Geekbench list, the Galaxy M51 will feature Qualcomm SnapDragon SoC, which will feature 8GB of ramandi and pre-installed Android 10 operating system.
Although not confirmed, the Galaxy M51 is said to have a 64-megapixel main camera in the rear with a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera. Details of the other sensors are not yet known. It may use an AMOLED display with a selfie camera opening on the screen, or an in-screen fingerprint sensor or side mount, just like the Galaxy M31s.
We should learn more about the Galaxy M51 in the coming weeks.