A new claim has been made about the camera of the Galaxy M51, which Samsung has previously postponed its release. According to the new claim, the Galaxy M51 will feature a 64 MP main camera, and the Single Take feature seen in flagship Samsung will also be found in the phone camera.
Samsung Galaxy M51 continues to be brought to the agenda in the smartphone world for various reasons. We hosted him in our news because of the Bluetooth 5.0 certificate and his listing on Geekbench.
The reason the device is the subject of our news this time is the claim that its main camera will be 64 MP. The main camera will also be accompanied by an ultra-wide angle lens of 12 MP.
Samsung Galaxy M51 will have four rear cameras
According to the news in Gadgets NDTV, the Galaxy M51 will have four cameras on the back. Moreover, there will be a Single Take feature seen on the South Korean company’s flagship phones. The main camera and ultra wide-angle lens mentioned above are thought to be accompanied by macro lens and depth sensor.
The Single Take feature, which is claimed to be included in the Galaxy M51, is a camera feature that uses artificial intelligence to capture up to 14 types of photos and videos within 3 to 10 seconds of capture time. The reason for this assertion is that the 64 MP camera will be used in the M31s and M51. Samsung has confirmed that the M31s will come with a 64 MP main camera with Single Take. The same feature is expected in M51.
Another information about the phone is that it will come with a 7,000 mAh battery with 15 W charging capability. It was also revealed that the phone will use Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 SoC and 8 GB of RAM in the listing on Geekbench. The Galaxy M51 would be released in June or July under normal circumstances, but the disruptions caused by the coronavirus postponed it to September of the phone’s release.