Galaxy M51 to skimp on Samsung-made display for a lower price
In recent times, the company has increased its focus on the midtier A series and mass-market Galaxy M lineup. Both have apparently helped the company boost its sales at a time when its flagships are supposedly falling short of expectations.
The Galaxy M51 is expected to be the most powerful M series device to date and will likely carry the Snapdragon 730 chip which will be paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of native memory. The phone is tipped to come with a Super AMOLED panel with an embedded fingerprint scanner and a 64MP main rear shooter.
Galaxy M51 to capitalize on Galaxy A51's popularity
The rumored specs are quite impressive for a budget phone and it looks like Samsung is keen not to erode the price advantage by using pricier components such as its own screen
They overcame all the technical issues. Should result in a lower priced phone.— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) June 29, 2020
Display shipments are slated to begin in July and the phone will likely be launched in September in India. No word on the European launch yet, but we will likely hear about it later. The handset will supposedly make it to other Asian countries as well.