Samsung Galaxy M51 appears to have obtained US FCC certification, and the regulator’s documents indicate it will come with a 25W fast charger in the box. The documents also show that the South Korean company will install a 25-watt fast charger and wired headphones with the phone. Also, a screenshot of the phone settings menu shows that the phone has a dual SIM card slot. The phone has already earned two other mandatory certificates and is likely to launch in September.
The Samsung FCC credentials called SM-M515F, which are believed to be Samsung Galaxy M51 were monitored on Twitter by Abhishek Yadav. Documents indicate that the SM-M515F smartphone will feature LTE, dual-band Wi-Fi b / g / n / ac, Bluetooth LE, as well as NFC. Documents are also compatible with the 25W fast charger. Separately, SamMobile shared screenshots of the documents in the phone settings menu, indicating that the smartphone will have two SIM slots. The news comes after a series of reports on the Galaxy M51. It has already been seen in Bluetooth SIG, as well as in Geekbench.
Last month, the same model name was seen on the Bluetooth SIG website, indicating Bluetooth v5.0 support on the Samsung Galaxy M51. In June, the phone was seen on Geekbench. The list indicates that the phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, which is possibly a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 SoC. The list also showed the phone with 8GB of RAM. The single-core score for the phone is 546 points, and the multi-core score is 1,784 points. The Samsung Galaxy M51 is said to be a mid-range device, and its launch was delayed until September due to production issues.
Based on information available in many listings, the Samsung Galaxy M51 is said to feature a 6.5-inch OLED screen. It can run on a Snapdragon 675 mobile platform, along with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. The phone is said to run on Android UI 2.0 based on Android 10. For photography, it can feature a quad-camera setup with a 64-megapixel primary sensor and a 12m sensor with an ultra-wide-angle lens. Other sensors can detect depth and macro shots. It may have a 25W fast charge as we saw on the recently launched Galaxy M31.