Samsung Galaxy M51

Samsung Galaxy M51 review, price, Design, performance and camera

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Another addition to Samsung’s Galaxy M series is the Galaxy M51. With the Galaxy M51, the M Series now has a price tag of Rs. 25,000. Most manufacturers are chasing performance, with Samsung taking a different race with the Galaxy M51. This model has a 7,000 mAh battery which is much larger than all its competitors. Does this mean this phone is good at just one thing? I take a look at the Galaxy M51 to find out.

Samsung Galaxy M51 Design

Samsung has gone with the Infinity O display, which means that there is a hole in the middle of the top of the screen for the front camera. Screen borders are thin all around. The display measures 6.7 inches and has a length of 20: 9 aspect ratio.

The Samsung side mount comes with a fingerprint scanner in the power button. It is well positioned and I can easily unlock the smartphone in any hand. The volume buttons are also on the same side, but they are high, making them a bit difficult to reach.

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Samsung Galaxy M51

Samsung Galaxy M51 Features

While many Galaxy M series models are powered by the Aquinas 9611SC, Samsung has used the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G for the Galaxy S51. This is a major hardware conflict and gives the Galaxy M51 an edge. Samsung offers a variety of 6 GB RAM and 8 GB RAM, priced at Rs. 24,999 and Rs. 26,999 storage is the same for both 128GB, but you have the option of using a dedicated microSD card slot.

Samsung’s 6.7-inch Infinity O display has full-HD + resolution, but does not have a high refresh rate. Some of its direct competitors such as OnePlus Nord and Realm X3 offer this innovative feature. On the other hand, the Super AMOLED display on the Galaxy M51 is very beautiful. You can tweak the color output via the Settings app, and it accelerates when you’re out.

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My unit was running an August security patch, which is recent. With so many Samsung phones recently, it was easy to get around the UI. Samsung has added a bunch of useful features to Android 10. Samsung Galaxy M51 has also got a new feature of nearby shares which makes it very easy to transfer files between supported devices.

Samsung pre-installs some Microsoft and Google apps, as well as Daily Hunt, Spark, MXTech, Wave, Snapchat, Candy Crush Saga and Amazon. Aggressively further information after the launch of Daily Hunt and Spark. If you do not use these apps, I suggest that you uninstall them from the device. Samsung’s My Galaxy App promotes notable updates as well as promotional content.

Samsung Galaxy M51 performance

Samsung Galaxy M51 performs aggressively and has shown no signs of slowing it down while I was using it. I got the fingerprint scanner fast to unlock the smartphone, and never really needed more than an effort. The facial recognition feature also had similar speed and accuracy. I enjoyed watching the video on the Galaxy M51, which showed the full results of the performance. Because the front camera hole is in the middle, some people may find it annoying.

I made some criteria to see where the Galaxy M51 stands, compared to some others. In N-Tattoo, the Galaxy M51 managed to score 2,64,696. In Jake Bench 5’s single-core and multi-core tests, he returned 548 and 1782 points respectively. In the same category, the OnePlus Nord (Review), which is priced, scored slightly higher in these criteria.


I know many people will be interested in battery life, as I was, because you don’t see a phone with a 7,000 mAh battery every day. My main usage was driving benchmarks, taking photos and making some calls, the phone kept me on charge once for two days. In our HD video loop test, the phone ran for 32 hours, which we have seen for longer than any phone at any cost. The given 25W charger is fast, and it takes only two hours to fully charge the phone.

Samsung Galaxy M51

Samsung Galaxy M51 Camera

Samsung has gone with the Galaxy M51 quad camera setup and its configuration is exactly the same as we saw on the Galaxy M31s (review). It has a 64-megapixel primary camera f / 1.8 aperture, a 123-degree field of view, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera, a 5-megapixel macro camera, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. No significant changes were made to the camera app. Scene optimizer is enabled by default in the default photo mode but you can disable it.

The Galaxy M51 was quick to attract attention, and the visual optimizer could quickly identify what was being revealed in the camera. Photos taken in broad daylight come out with good detail and good dynamic range. Objects at a distance were recognizable and some text was recognizable. I found the wide-angle camera to be useful for viewing a wide area, but the edges of the photos were appreciated. The low resolution wide angle camera does not capture the same level as the primer sensor.