Samsung is about to launch its new Galaxy M series top dog dubbed Galaxy M51. The device was certified at FCC, with the listing confirming 25W fast-charging – 9V at 2.77A.
This isn’t the first time we hear about the Galaxy M51 – last month a leak suggested this is the actual name of the Galaxy M40 successor instead of Galaxy M41. The phone carries a model number SM-M515F, which adds to the confirmation that Samsung is moving it to an upper echelon.
While specs are not yet known, earlier rumors suggested a Snapdragon 730 chipset, 8GB RAM and Android 10. This would put the phone quite close to the Galaxy A71 as far as processing power is concerned.
We are yet to see where exactly Samsung will make cuts as the M51 belongs to the more affordable series and will undoubtedly be priced lower than the A71.