Samsung Galaxy M51 launch phone will receive the upcoming Wi-Fi certification

Samsung Galaxy M51 dispatch is by all accounts directly around the bend as the telephone with model number SM-M515F/DSN has now gotten the Wi-Fi Alliance accreditation, spotted by SamMobile. The report uncovers the Samsung Galaxy M51 will run Android 10 OS and will have double band Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct. The model number recommends it will have double SIM support also. This comes days after the handset had packed away Bluetooth SIG accreditation, which uncovered Bluetooth v5.0 support ready. The Galaxy M51 determinations are as yet hush-hush and Samsung is yet to formally uncover the telephone's dispatch date. 
Prior reports have recommended the Galaxy M51 may dispatch with a Snapdragon processor, Android 10 OS, and 8GB RAM, yet there could be different models too. Theories are overflowing that it would be founded on the Galaxy A51, which means it could have a 6.5-inch AMOLED show from CSOT with Infinity-O punch-opening for the selfie camera and thin bezels. Moving to the optics, the Galaxy M51 is said to highlight quad-cameras containing a 64MP snapper, a 12MP focal point, however insights about different sensors are obscure. The Galaxy M51 is probably going to have a husky battery with quick charging help and 128GB expandable stockpiling. 

The handset is said to accompany an in-show unique mark sensor for security and availability highlights could incorporate 4G LTE, double band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, and USB Type-C port for charging and information sync. The Android 10 OS is probably going to be cleaned with One UI custom layer on top.

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