Samsung Galaxy M51 Hindi Review, Samsung Galaxy M51 Review

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Samsung Galaxy M51 is the latest smartphone in the company’s Galaxy M series. The Galaxy M series has not only increased in size, but now its price is also increasing. With the Galaxy M51, the M series now reaches Rs 25,000. While most manufacturers chase performance, Samsung is running a separate race with its latest Galaxy M51, a battery-powered race. The company has given you a 7,000 mAh capacity battery with this phone, around which it has no competitors. However, does this mean that this phone is good at only one thing? Let us know in the Samsung Galaxy M51 review. Samsung Galaxy M51: design We were concerned about the size and weight of the Galaxy M51 from the beginning, but after using this smartphone for a few days, we can say that it is not difficult to use. One might think that a 7,000 mAh battery would make a very heavy phone, but it doesn’t here. Samsung has spread the weight well and the phone doesn’t feel heavy in the hand. However, it weighs 213 grams and you will feel it after using it for a while. Samsung has come into this phone with an Infinity-O display, which means that there is a hole at the top of the screen for the front camera. The edges around the screen are thin. The screen is 6.7 inches and has a 20: 9 aspect ratio. This makes it difficult to reach the top of the screen while holding the smartphone in one hand. The screen has Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. Samsung has placed a fingerprint scanner on the power button. It works well and is easy to access to unlock the phone. The volume buttons are on the same side as well, but they’re set slightly higher, making access a bit difficult. On the Galaxy M51 you still have a 3.5mm headphone jack and it is configured with a USB Type-C port. The Galaxy M51 has a glass top. We had the option of the Celestial Black color, which is extremely bright and captures fingerprints very easily. There is no case / cover found in the box so we had to keep cleaning the phone to keep that back panel shine. The quad camera module is located in the back corner of the phone. Samsung carries a 25W charger in the box, something we also saw with the Galaxy M31. With this charger, the phone’s huge battery charges relatively quickly. Samsung Galaxy M51: Specifications Samsung has used Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G for Galaxy M51. There are two variants on this phone, the first with 6GB of RAM and the second with 8GB of RAM. These two are priced at Rs 24,999 and Rs 26,999 respectively. Both variants get the same 128GB storage and if you need more storage, you can use the dedicated microSD card slot. Samsung has given it a 6.7-inch Infinity-O display, which comes with Full-HD + resolution, but the refresh rate is 60Hz. Here, let us tell you that its other contestants like OnePlus Nord and Realme X3 bring a higher refresh rate panel. However, the Super AMOLED screen of the Galaxy M51 is very beautiful. You can change the color output through the Settings app and it stays bright enough on the outside. The Galaxy M51 ships with OneUI 2.1 based on Android 10. Our unit was running a security patch from August, which is new. Having used many Samsung phones recently, the user interface was easy to navigate. Samsung has used a lot of useful customization in Android 10. The Samsung Galaxy M51 also has a new Near Share feature, which makes it easy to transfer files between compatible devices. The smartphone also has dual messaging, gesture navigation, game launcher, and more. Because it’s hard to get to the top of the long screen, Samsung has also added a gesture that helps you lower the notification shade and toggle quickly by swiping the fingerprint sensor, which is helpful. You have installed the Dailyhunt, Chingari, MX TakaTak, Moj, Snapchat, Candy Crush Saga, and Amazon apps along with the Microsoft and Google apps. After booting, many notifications continued to be received from the Dailyhunt and Spark apps. If you are not using these applications, we recommend that you uninstall them. Samsung’s My Galaxy app also leaves no stone unturned by providing promotional content notifications alongside updates from Kovid. Samsung Galaxy M51: performance The Samsung Galaxy M51 offers very good performance and we have never found it slow. We found the fingerprint scanner to unlock the phone quickly. Even his precision was good. The phone was also accurate and fast in recognizing the face and unlocking the phone. Watching videos on the Galaxy M51 was also fun due to the good screen output. Because the front camera is in a punch-out cutout, some people can get distracted by it. However, it is used in some time. Asphalt 9 performed well on the default quality settings and the game stayed smooth even when the graphics were high. Playing for 15 minutes caused a two percent drop in battery level. Even after this, the screen touch did not get hot. We know that you will be eager to know the battery life of this phone. Our original use, which included running benchmarks, taking photos, and making a few calls, gave us two days of backup when the phone charged once. In our HD video loop test, the phone managed to last up to 32 hours, which is longer than any phone at any cost. To charge this huge battery, the company has given a 25W charger, which was really fast and took only two hours to fully charge the phone. Samsung Galaxy M51 – Cameras The quad camera setup is available on the Samsung Galaxy M51 and this setup is very similar to what we have seen on the Galaxy M31s (review). 64-megapixel main camera with f / 1.8 aperture, 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with 123-degree field of view, 5-megapixel macro camera and 5-megapixel depth sensor. There are no significant changes to the camera app either. Scene Optimizer is enabled by default in the default photo mode, but you can also disable it. The Galaxy M51 was quick to lock focus and the scene optimizer quickly identified the surroundings as well. Photos taken in broad daylight came with good detail and good dynamic range. The camera was also able to identify the subject from a distance and the text in the photos was clearly visible. The Galaxy M51 converts HDR itself into the bright scene, resulting in good shots. We found that the wide-angle camera captures a pretty good area, but the edges of the photos received noticeable distortion. The low resolution wide angle camera does not capture the same details as the main sensor. You get 16-megapixel shots by default from the Galaxy M51, but you also have the option to take photos at a full 64-megapixel resolution. Photos taken at full resolution had better detail, but lacked sharpness and dynamic range. The single shot function works exactly like the Galaxy M31s and offers multiple output options after recording a 15 second clip. Close-up shots taken with the Galaxy M51 were sharp and found a nice blur in the background. Samsung’s Live Focus mode lets you take portraits and adjust the level of blur in the viewfinder before taking a photo. The 5 megapixel macro camera gives you the opportunity to capture a subject very closely and the details in the photos are good too. Camera performance was decent in low light and photos were good, but it looked a lot grainy when zoomed in. There is also the night mode, which helps improve the output of the primary sensor. Night mode is also available for wide-angle cameras and offers similar results. The selfie taken with the Galaxy M51 was excellent and the phone renders them fluid by default. Photos are taken by default at 8 megapixels, but you can switch to 12 megapixel resolution. You also have the option to take a selfie with a resolution of 32 megapixels. The selfie camera performed well in low light and captured good details. You can also take a selfie portrait using the live focus mode. With the mask, the AI ​​did not recognize the face and did not erase the background, but without the mask it did not. This is something that Samsung can fix with a small update. With the VerdictSamsung Galaxy M51, the Galaxy-M series now offers a wider range in terms of price. We are sure that the Galaxy M51 has attracted a lot of attention for its 7,000mAh battery and it also gives a really good battery life. The Snapdragon 730G chipset also offers good performance and will keep people happy at this price. The cameras are good, but the video stabilization could have been a bit better. There is no competitor to the Galaxy M51 in terms of battery life and if your priority is battery life, the Galaxy M51 is a good choice for you. If you focus more on overall performance, OnePlus Nord (Review) would be a suitable choice.

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