Samsung Galaxy M51 Specs (Detailed): Powerbank or a Smartphone?
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Samsung Galaxy M51 Specs (Detailed): Powerbank or a Smartphone?

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Entitled with the meanest monster ever Samsung Galaxy M51 was launched on 10th September 2020 and will go on sale on 18th September at 12 noon. Does it really justify its title of the meanest monster ever and whether it is worth buying or not? Stick here for some minutes and we’ll discuss all its specifications in a detailed manner. 

Samsung Galaxy M series has been a success in India and Samsung has come up with a new mid-range phone now, with a lot of premium features which we usually get in high-end phones. Yes, I am talking about Samsung Galaxy M51.

Everyone was claiming themselves to be the monster, then the real monster arrived. Can you imagine a phone with a 7000mAH battery capacity? Am I kidding? Not at all, this is why Samsung has entitled this flagship phone as the meanest monster ever. This is where it goes far away from other mid and high range smartphones. In fact, it is India’s first smartphone with 7000 mAH battery capacity. That’s definitely cool.

It comes with a 25 Watt USB Type C fast charger which can charge 0-100% in 115 minutes (claimed by Samsung). That means full recharge in almost 2 hours.

This great battery capacity enables talk time upto 64 hours, Internet usage upto 24 hours, video playback upto 34 hours, and music play upto 182 hours. Not only this, but it is also capable of reverse charging.

Samsung has done well in this field. It comes with four rear cameras. The main camera is packed with a 64 MP quad camera with f/1.8 aperture, supported by 12 MP Ultra-Wide camera with f/2.2 aperture, 5 MP Macro lens for close-ups with f/2.4 aperture, and 5 MP Depth Lens with f/2.4 aperture. One feature you get is ‘single take – multiple outputs’ which allow you to get upto 10 photos and videos in a single take. The primary camera of this phone is laced with Sony IMX682 that makes clicking shots more enjoyable and enhanced that even single details of the shots can be seen. 

It supports a 32 MP f/2.2 aperture front-facing camera with a Sony INX616 sensor. Both front and rear cameras are capable of shooting 4K videos. Switching different modes is quite easy and simple.

While buying a smartphone, it’s performance and its storage capacity is the very first thing we consider. Samsung Galaxy M51 is powered by an Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor that makes its performance smoother than ever. It runs on OneUI 2.1 which is based on Android 10.

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