- Samsung has quietly listed the Galaxy M51 for pre-order in Europe.
- The phone is listed at €360 (~$428) for a 6GB/128GB variant.
- It also offers a 7,000mAh battery, which is bigger than the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
We’ve seen plenty of leaks related to the Samsung Galaxy M51 in recent weeks, painting the picture of a phone with a massive battery. Now, the Korean company has quietly launched the phone in Europe, so what should you expect?
The new phone indeed delivers a 7,000mAh battery, making it quite possibly the biggest battery in a phone from a major manufacturer in 2020. It’s certainly much bigger than all Samsung’s flagships released in 2020. We’re expecting two to three days of usage from this phone as a result, although we’d need to put this to the test in a review. The phone packs 25W charging too, although we don’t have specific charging times on hand.
A prior leak pointed to a pretty capable Snapdragon 730 processor but Samsung’s website merely states that the Galaxy M51 has an unnamed octa-core processor. Nevertheless, you’re also getting 6GB of RAM and 128GB of expandable storage.
The new phone seems to be well-equipped in the camera field too, featuring a quad rear camera setup. This comprises a 64MP main camera, a 12MP ultra-wide shooter (123 degrees), a 5MP macro sensor, and a 5MP depth lens. Selfies are handled by a 32MP sensor in a center-mounted punch-hole cutout.
Otherwise, you can expect a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen (presumably FHD+), side-mounted fingerprint scanner, and a 3.5mm port.
The Samsung Galaxy M51 is available for pre-order in Europe via Samsung’s website for €360 (~$428). Users can also choose between black and white colorways. You can check out the product listing via the button below.