The budget-friendly smartphone Galaxy M51, which South Korean technology giant Samsung will introduce in the coming months, has received Bluetooth 5.0 certification. The device, whose features have been leaked online many times before, is expected to be released next September.

Samsung, which wants to add another model to the budget-friendly Galaxy M family before the end of 2020, continues to work on this issue without slowing down. It is a known fact that this smartphone, which is expected to join the Galaxy M family in the coming months, will be the Galaxy M51 model, which has been the subject of many news leaks previously.

The smartphone, in which all the details about it began to become clear gradually, this time appeared on the Bluetooth SIG website. With this listing, where the smartphone is shown with the model number ‘SM-M515F’, it has once again been confirmed that the device will come with Bluetooth 5.0 certification. However, the latest claims suggest that the phone will be released in September, that is, within a month or two after receiving the certificate.

Features expected to be included in the Samsung Galaxy M51:

The smartphone, leaked by OnLeaks last month with its visuals, has a screen design wrapped with relatively thick frames according to the rendered images and a hole-shaped front camera in the upper left corner. When we turn the device to the back, we can see that the triple camera module is located in the upper left corner with the LED flash, and the fingerprint sensor is positioned in the middle / upper side.

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When we come to the hardware section, sources state that the Samsung Galaxy M51 will get its power from the Snapdragon 730 chipset, in addition, the device will have 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage options. On the camera side, besides a 64 MP main sensor, 8 MP ultra wide angle and 5 MP depth sensors will be included in the device.

What is known about the Samsung Galaxy M51 is currently limited to this. The South Korean-based tech giant is expected to release its new budget-friendly smartphone in September. If there is a significant new development in this process, we will continue to inform you.


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