Samsung Galaxy M51 Spotted On FCC Certification: Will Feature A 6800mAh Battery With 25W Charging And Many More

For a very long time, the upcoming Galaxy M51 is in leaks. The phone was reported to be delayed due to production, which is going slow. Moreover, the phone also got many certifications on different sites.

Recently, the phone got leaked once more. This time, it has been spotted on the famous FCC Certification site. The model number “SM-M515F/DSN” is the same as in Bluetooth SIG certification, which points out that this is the dual-sim Indian variant of the phone.

The certification revealed that the phone would feature fast charging support up to 25W with a USB Type-C port (as the mentioned charger is 25W Samsung’s EP-TA800 charger and cable is type-c). It will sport a huge battery of 6800mAh (same battery, used in Galaxy M41). Moreover, it will also support NFC with 4G Network. It is also said that both earphones and charger are included in the box of the phone.

Previously, we already reported that the phone would support Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity, and this will be the most powerful device of the Galaxy M series too. The Geekbench of the phone has already revealed that the phone will feature Snapdragon 675 chipset (maybe SD730, according to some reports) with 8 Gigs of RAM.

The phone will also feature an OLED display, which will be manufactured by a Chinese display manufacturer, “China Star Optoelectronics Technology.” The display may get a single punch-hole with a bigger size. Moreover, a bigger battery with a capacity of 6800mAh is also expected.

In the camera section, a quad-camera setup with a primary 64MP sensor and 12MP ultra-wide angle lens is also confirmed to be featured on the phone.

Currently, the phone is expected to launch in September 2020.

Harris Zahid

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