Samsung’s upcoming M series smartphone, the Galaxy M51, has been in the news since January. The early reports regarding the Galaxy M51 claimed that the device could launch in India around January or February. Although, the launch of the device has now been delayed to September due to production issues, as we have reported in our exclusive report.
So far, the Galaxy M51 has been leaked through CAD renders and also through its listing on the Geekbench benchmarking platform. However, none of these leaks had confirmed the name of the device. Well, we have now come across a Bluetooth SIG certification of the Galaxy M51, which confirms the name of the device.
Samsung Galaxy M51 gets Bluetooth SIG certification
Up until now, the SM-M515F was believed to be the model number of the Galaxy M51 and it turns out to be true. The Bluetooth SIG certification that we are talking about is for a Samsung smartphone with model number SM-515F and the certification clearly mentions that the retail name of the device is Galaxy M51, confirming the moniker. The Bluetooth SIG certification of the Galaxy M51 reveals that the device has Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity. And that is about it. It doesn’t reveal any other information.
That being said, the Geekbench listing of the device confirms that it has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 SoC, an 8GB RAM option, and the Android 10 OS. As for the rest of the specs, the earlier leaks of the Galaxy M51 suggest that the device will have a 6.5-inch AMOLED display with a punch-hole, and quad-camera setup with 64MP primary camera at the rear.