After unveiling the Samsung Galaxy M21 last week, Samsung is now prepping yet another M-series smartphone which will be known as the Galaxy M51. Although it carries the “M51” moniker, but the device is reportedly the direct successor to last year’s Galaxy M40.
Today, reputable leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer had partnered with the folks over at Pigtou to bring us what seems to be a CAD-based renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M51.
First and foremost, the Samsung Galaxy M51 will deploy a hole-punched design for it’s front display which measures 6.5-inches diagonally. It is also reported that the device will have an overall footprint measuring 162.6 x 77.5 x 8.5 mm.
On the flip-side, we could see a familiar-looking camera module that’s pretty similar to what we’d seen on the newly announced Galaxy M21. This camera module will play host to a triple-camera setup whose specs remain a mystery for the time being.
Other than that, there will also be a traditional fingerprint sensor located at the rear, as well as a typical “SAMSUNG” logo etched towards the bottom of the device.
In terms of it’s internals, the Galaxy M51 is tipped to feature either a Snapdragon 720G or Snapdragon 662 SoC. Moreover, it is said to have at least 6GB of RAM under the hood as well.
As usual, the Galaxy M51 is expected to be a sub-$300 smartphone which will compete against the likes of other mid-ranger phones from other Chinese smartphone makers in various markets.