This could be the first Samsung Galaxy smartphone to pack a 6,800mAh battery
The listings reveal that the phone will carry a humongous 6,800mAh battery - the largest cell that has ever been seen on a Galaxy smartphone.
Since the M range is an entry-level series, chances are that it will only support charging speeds of 15W, which means it would take a long time to replenish a drained battery. That might not be a bad thing, as a lot of consumers actually prefer larger batteries over fast charging speeds because a higher capacity means the device will last longer on a single charge.
The handsets will likely be powered by the Snapdragon 730 SoC and offer 8GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage. It will probably feature a 6.5-inch pinhole display with an integrated fingerprint scanner and a headphone jack on the top. Also expected is a Galaxy S20-esque rectangular camera bump which will have a triple camera setup with a 64MP main shooter and an LED flash unit.
The Galaxy M51 will supposedly be in the neighborhood of $250 and will make a debut in September.