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Samsung Galaxy M51 with Snapdragon 675 shows up on Geekbench

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While Samsung launched a lot of Galaxy M series phones last year, the company didn’t launch any device named Galaxy M50. Still, Samsung is going to launch the Galaxy M51 soon. Don’t get confused by the name because, as per some reports, the Samsung Galaxy M51 is an upgrade over last year’s Galaxy M40, which means Samsung is skipping the Galaxy M41 for some reason.

Today the phone showed up on Geekbench, which revealed the benchmark scores as well as the chipset that powers it.

The phone bears the model number SM-M515F & has the Snapdragon 675 chipset (SM6150) along with up to 8GB RAM & Android 10. It is worth mentioning that the Galaxy M40 launched last year with the same chipset, so there is no upgrade in terms of the SOC.

Galaxy M51 scores 544 on single-core & 1787 on multi-core.

Samsung Galaxy M51 Design

We have already seen the CAD renders of the Samsung Galaxy M51 (shared by PigTou) & the phone features a punch-hole display, a rear-facing fingerprint scanner & triple rear cameras.

There is no information regarding the launch date yet, but Samsung might launch the Galaxy M51 pretty soon in India.

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