It has been added to Samsung’s Galaxy M series in the form of the Galaxy M51. The Galaxy M series is not only larger in size but also more expensive. With the Galaxy M51, the M series is offered at a price above Rs. 25,000. Most manufacturers have sought performance, but Samsung is running another race on the Galaxy M51. This model has a 7,000mAh battery and is huge compared to all other competitors. But does that mean that this phone is good at only one thing? Check and confirm the Galaxy M51.
Samsung Galaxy M51 Design: Glossy Fingerprint Magnet
I spent some time Galaxy M51 When the smartphone was first released First impression Its. I was worried about the size and weight, but after using this smartphone for a few days, it can be said that it is easy to live. You might think that a 7,000mAh battery would make the phone very big, but that’s not the case here. Samsung was able to distribute the weight pretty well, and the phone doesn’t feel like it tipping over. However, it weighs 213g, and you can feel this after using it for a while.
Samsung Has an Infinity-O display. That is, there is a hole for the front camera in the center of the top of the screen. All screen borders are thin. The size of the display is 6.7 inches and the aspect ratio is 20: 9. This makes it difficult to reach the top of the display when holding the smartphone in one hand. The display has Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.
Samsung has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner embedded in the power button. It was well placed and I was able to unlock my smartphone very easily while holding it in either hand. The volume button is also on the same side, but it’s a bit harder to reach because it’s higher. The Galaxy M51 has a 3.5mm headphone jack, located at the bottom along with a USB Type-C port and speakers.
There’s a “Glasstic” on the back of the Galaxy M51, so it’s no surprise you’ll be mistaken for a Galaxy A-series smartphone. I had a Celestial black color that was very shiny and picked up dirt very easily. The box didn’t have a protective case, so I had to keep wiping the phone to maintain its shiny glow. The quad camera module is located in a corner about the same height as the back of the phone.
Samsung ships with a 25W charger. This is also what I saw on the Galaxy M31. This allows you to charge a large capacity battery relatively quickly.
Samsung Galaxy M51 Specifications: Battery Monster
Many models in the Galaxy M series have an Exynos 9611 SoC, but Samsung uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G for the Galaxy M51. This is a big bump in terms of hardware and gives the Galaxy M51 an edge. Samsung offers 6 GB of RAM and 8 GB of RAM variants in Rs. 24,999 and Rs. 26,999 respectively. Both storages are the same at 128 GB, but can also be expanded using a dedicated microSD card slot.
Samsung’s 6.7-inch Infinity-O display has Full HD + resolution, but the refresh rate is not high. OnePlus Nord and Realme X3 It offers this modern feature. Aside from that, the Galaxy M51’s Super AMOLED display is gorgeous. You can fine-tune the color output in the settings app and it will be bright enough outdoors.
For Galaxy M51 Android 10 And Samsung’s One UI Core 2.1 is at the top. My unit was running a recent August security patch. I’ve used a lot of Samsung mobile phones lately, so the UI was very easy to work with. Samsung has added a number of useful customizations to Android 10. The Samsung Galaxy M51 also features a new Nearby sharing feature that makes transferring files between supported devices much easier.
Smartphones also have features such as dual messenger, gesture navigation, and game launcher. Because it’s hard to reach the top of the tall display, Samsung has also added a gesture that allows you to swipe down on the fingerprint sensor to pull down the notification shade and quick toggle. This is very convenient.
Samsung comes pre-installed with several Microsoft and Google apps, as well as Dailyhunt, Chinari, MX TakaTak, Moj, Snapchat, Candy Crush Saga, and Amazon. Dailyhunt and Chingari actively push notifications after launch. If you do not want to use these apps, we recommend that you uninstall them from your device. Samsung’s My Galaxy app also pushes notifications of Covid updates and promotional content.
Samsung Galaxy M51 Performance: Excellent Performance
The Samsung Galaxy M51 provided powerful performance and never showed any signs of slowing down while I was using it. We found that the fingerprint scanner could unlock the smartphone quickly, so we didn’t have to actually try it more than once. The face recognition function had the same speed and accuracy. I enjoyed watching the video on the Galaxy M51, thanks to the punchy output of the display. The hole in the front camera is in the center, which can be distracting.
We ran some benchmarks to see where the Galaxy M51 is compared to its competitors. At AnTuTu, the Galaxy M51 managed to score 2,64,696 points. Geekbench 5 single-core and multi-core tests returned 548 and 1782 points, respectively. of OnePlus North (Review) These benchmarks are priced in the same range and are a bit appreciated. In terms of graphics performance, the Galaxy M51 managed 59fps and 27fps on GFXBench’s T-Rex and Manhattan 3.1 benchmarks, respectively.
Asphalt 9 worked fine with the default quality settings, and even with the highest graphics, there was no stutter. Galaxy M51 can run this game without lag. After playing for 15 minutes, the battery level will drop by 2%. It didn’t get warm to the touch after this.
Many people will be interested in battery life, as they don’t see mobile phones with a 7,000mAh battery every day like I do. My basic usage was to run a benchmark, take a picture, make a few phone calls, and the phone lasted more than two days on a single charge. In our HD video loop test, the phone was usable for 32 hours. This is the best performance we’ve seen in a long time, from any phone, at any price. The included 25W charger was quick and took only about 2 hours to fully charge.
Samsung Galaxy M51 Camera: Great for Photography
Samsung has adopted the Galaxy M51 quad camera setup and the configuration is Galaxy M31s (Review). It has a 64-megapixel primary camera with an f / 1.8 aperture, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with a field of view of 123 degrees, a 5-megapixel macro camera, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. There are no major changes to the camera app. In the default photo mode, the scene optimizer is enabled by default, but you can disable it.
The Galaxy M51 quickly locked the focus, and the scene optimizer was able to quickly recognize what the camera was pointing at. The photos taken in the sunlight proved to have the right details and the right dynamic range. Objects in the distance were recognizable and some text was readable. The Galaxy M51 also automatically enables HDR in bright scenes for great shots. I thought a wide-angle camera would be useful for wide-angle shooting, but there was noticeable distortion at the edges of the photo. Low-resolution wide-angle cameras also do not capture the same level of detail as the primary sensor.
It takes 16 megapixel shots by default from the Galaxy M51, but you have the option to take pictures at full 64 megapixel resolution. Photos taken at full resolution have better details, but lack sharpness and dynamic range. The single-take feature works exactly like the Galaxy M31s, offering multiple output options after recording a 15-second clip.
The close-up shot taken with the Galaxy M51 was sharp and had a soft depth effect in the background. Samsung’s live focus mode also allows you to take portraits and preview the level of blur in the viewfinder before shooting. As long as the object was stationary, the output had decent edge detection. You can also change the level of blurring and the type of blurring after taking a shot. With a 5-megapixel macro camera, you can get closer to your subject and capture the right details.
The low light camera performed reasonably well, and the photo looked like it was, but you can zoom in to see the details. In night mode, the output of the primary sensor is cropped to minimize shaking and provide a slightly brighter picture in every detail. Night mode is also available on wide-angle cameras with similar results.
The selfies I took with the Galaxy M51 are very good and the phone makes them smooth by default. Photos are taken at 8 megapixels by default, but you can switch to a wider 12 megapixel resolution. You also have the option to capture a full resolution selfie of 32 megapixels. In low light, the selfie camera worked well and was able to capture every detail. You can also use the live focus mode to take a selfie. When I turned on the mask, the AI didn’t recognize my face and couldn’t blur the background, but it worked as expected without the mask. This is something Samsung can fix with a small update.
Video recording is recording 4K with a primary camera and a selfie camera. There is a slight sparkle effect at 1080p and 4K when the smartphone tries to stabilize the footage. It can be shot in sunlight or in dark places. Samsung uses a super wide-angle camera and offers a super stable mode that does a much better job. However, it will only be shot at 1080p and the output will be dimmed.
With the Samsung Galaxy M51, the Galaxy M series is now available in a wider price range. The Galaxy M51 has a large battery of 7,000 mAh, so I think it’s getting a lot of attention, but the battery life is very good. The Snapdragon 730G SoC also offers excellent performance and will satisfy people at this price.
The camera is good, but video stabilization can be done with a few tweaks to improve performance. of Galaxy M51 The Galaxy M51 should be a strong candidate if it easily lasts most of the competition on every charge and has a high battery life on the priority list. of OnePlus North (Review) Is suitable when general performance is important.