Samsung Galaxy M51 confirmed its landing in India using the SnapDragon 730G chipset.

Following a low-key launch in Germany, Amazon announced by September 10 that samsung’s Galaxy M51 mid-range new aircraft would enter the Indian market. In terms of configuration, the machine features a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED/Infinity-O punch screen, Qualcomm SnapDragon 730G chipset, 6GB RAM plus 128GB ROM, a battery capacity of 7000 mAh (supports 25W fast charging), 64MP rear fours, pre-installed with Android 10 custom-made OneUI 2.00.

Samsung Galaxy M51 confirmed its landing in India using the SnapDragon 730G chipset.

In terms of photography, the Galaxy M51 features a front-32MP single-camera, rear-between 64MP master camera, 12MP wide angle, 5MP macro, and 5MP depth sensor.

The 7000 mAh battery is said to provide the Galaxy M51 with up to 64 hours of talk / 32 hours of video playback / 182 hours of music playback, and supports 25W fast charging.

Samsung Galaxy M51 confirmed its landing in India using the SnapDragon 730G chipset.

Previously, it sold for 360 euros (about 31,400 rupees / 2926 RMB) in the German market, but as a competitor to OnePlus Nord, it is clearly not going to sell much more in India.

91Mobiles notes that Samsung will officially announce the exact price and launch date of the Galaxy M51 in India on September 10, with an estimated price of around 25,000 rupees (2330 RMB).