Top 10 Reasons to Buy Samsung Galaxy M51: 5 Ingenious Ways It Improves on the Original M50
Here’s where the new Galaxy M51 ditches the old M50’s 5,000mAh battery and focuses on its far superior component-output ratio. The extra-long battery life allows you to stay in the mix longer at least, and even to take some nice walks (as long as you’ve loaded up on enough power-saving mode adjustments). Battery boost The real batteries in today’s smartphones have been engineered to deliver as much power as possible, and as such, battery life on these devices often isn’t anything to really write home about. That, however, is about to change. A new breed of batteries has emerged, which manage to cram more energy into the smaller space, resulting in far more potent mobile power banks.
It is worth noting that it’s quite possible to only pick the Samsung Galaxy M51 as a media player, having missed on some other key factors such as a processor or enough RAM. But since we’re being objective, we’ll stick with the software and battery, and move on. You see, the image quality is fantastic, the details of images are sharp, and there is an automatic HDR mode. When you look at the excellent low-light performance of the Galaxy M51, you can easily get over the cheap lens on the front and a relatively crude rear camera (which lets in lots of light, as we’ll see). In fact, if your main use is going to be making low-light selfies, we can forgive it a few shortcomings because at least it gives you a solution to a common problem.
As with the new Galaxy A7 (2018), the Galaxy M51 has a single 16GB memory / 1TB storage version priced at ¥1399 (~$210). S Pen with Bluetooth Two things that actually got us excited: the S Pen and the Bluetooth keyboard. In addition to the normal S Pen, it can detect whether the device you’re using is equipped with a keyboard and emulate one, just like the Surface Pro. In other words, it will take the place of a full-sized keyboard. We won’t be able to publish a full review of this device for a while, so we’ll have to leave it to you to see how this hardware combination works out.
(Click to Enlarge) The Samsung Galaxy M51 is easily the best looking phone of its size. Firstly, the chassis is a classic large smartphone shape, so you won’t mistake it for anything else. It looks far more like a big high-end smartphone than any of its competitors in the budget market. Most importantly, the brushed metal body is gorgeous, while the best feature is the very ergonomic thumb/finger rests – no matter how tall you are, these will help you to hold the phone in the palm of your hand easily. Screen and Build quality The Samsung Galaxy M51 has a 5.5-inch screen, but it has the same classic big display as we’ve come to expect on entry-level models. With the Samsung Galaxy A8 Plus M Edition (Review), for instance, the screen size was boosted to 6.
At 5.5-inches, this large screen gives you a lot of space to occupy with a TFT LCD screen (powered by the quad-core processor as mentioned before) that’s plenty bright and delivers decent brightness for outdoors use. The HD resolution makes for a good viewing experience and you have a choice of HD or HD+ full-HD screens. Design Slim and sleek, the Samsung Galaxy M51 is a delight to hold in the hand. The curved backplate makes for a comfortable grip and the large screen gives you more room to manage the details of content. As mentioned earlier, the curved backplates are not as thin as those on some of the more expensive phones out there but still you’ll feel better for the good grip the M51 gives you. Hardware You are getting a good hardware configuration for your money here.
If you’ve used any other major device from Samsung’s sub-series, you know that the power is not an issue, thanks to the M series. But there’s always room for improvements, which is why we are referring to this device as a ‘serious contender’ to the Note 8. Most of you might have already forgotten that Samsung got the Galaxy J series in all kinds of trouble with the 2015 Galaxy J7. Unhappy customers couldn’t manage to squeeze enough juice out of their 3,000mAh battery. Because of that, Samsung temporarily dropped the Galaxy J7 from its catalogue. The good news is that the more people learn about this family of phones, the less of an issue this may be. Samsung is currently working on a fix for this; so expect to see a follow-up product in the future.
These small and bold phones are taking on their larger and larger cousins. Samsung is going to make sure that the Galaxy M series stands out, in the face of all the competition. And we can see that the subtlety of the M50 has been taken to the next level with the M51. Check out the full pricing table below, but make sure you know everything you need to know before you go making your purchase. These small and bold phones are taking on their larger and larger cousins. Samsung is going to make sure that the Galaxy M series stands out, in the face of all the competition. And we can see that the subtlety of the M50 has been taken to the next level with the M51. Check out the full pricing table below, but make sure you know everything you need to know before you go making your purchase.