Samsung will go on to launch the Galaxy M31s on the 30th of this month. The other smartphone that will fall under the company’s M-series is expected to go official in either August or September – and this will be the Galaxy M51. Recently also, the Galaxy M51 was actually seen to be on the receiving end of an approval from the Bluetooth SIG authority. In recent times, only a few bits and pieces with regards to the specs of the upcoming phone have been touted. And now, a fresh report coming in has gone on to reveal some vital information with regards to the cameras that Samsung’s up and coming smartphone will employ.
Previously, a report had gone on to claim that the Galaxy M51 will feature with a 64MP camera. And now, it has also been revealed that the main lens will actually be featuring along with a 12MP ultra-wide sensor. Indeed it could in fact be the very same superwide lens which is also available on the Galaxy A51.
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While the rumors do say that the M51 could in fact be featuring with a quad-camera setup found to be on the rear side, there happen to be present no details with regards to the other two lenses. The upcoming Galaxy M31s does have support for Single Take camera mode as with regards to its 64MP lens. The Galaxy M51 though will be positioned higher than the M31s and it is also likely that this particular device will feature with a Single Take feature.
Rumors that have surrounded the M51 claim that the device will feature with a 6.7-inch S-AMOLED punch-hole display with an In-display fingerprint scanner integrated within. The device is also said to be powered by the Snapdragon 730 SoC. Also, the phone will make its way into the market with One UI 2.x based on Android 10 OS.