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Price For Samsung Galaxy M51 Revealed In Germany

It'll be cheaper when it hits our side of the world

There’s plenty of buzz around Samsung’s upcoming mid-range phone, the Galaxy M51 the past few weeks, and a lot of that excitement is deserved.

According to leaks and other details that have surfaced about the Galaxy M51, it’s shaping up to be one of the best-looking and best-equipped mid-range phones the company has released so far.

The Galaxy M51 has the brand pedigree of Samsung, as well as having pretty good specs for a mid-range phone.

The phone packs a huge 6.67-inch full HD+ AMOLED panel, along with a centrally-mounted punch-hole notch and a quad-camera arrangement, which includes a 64MP f/1.8 main camera, a 12MP f/2.2 Ultrawide 123º lens, 5MP f/2.4 macro, and 5MP f/2.4 depth sensor.

The phone also comes with an unnamed octa-core processor, along with a truly massive 7000mAh battery. If the phone lands in the Philippines in the next few weeks, it’ll be the first phone that will have that battery capacity in our shores. The current title holder for that honor is ASUS with its ROG Phone 3 that comes packing a 6000mAh battery.

As good as the Galaxy M51 looks on paper, price is always a factor, but it looks like the phone will be priced competitively, at least when it comes to our shores.

Is the Galaxy M51 Coming to the Philippines?

The Galaxy M51 popped up in Germany toting a €360 price tag, which when directly converted translates to around Php 20.7K.

While that price is rather high in our currency, take note that European pricing is almost always higher since they tend to have higher taxes than us. The Galaxy M51 will probably have an SRP under Php 20K when it arrives in the Philippines.

If Samsung prices the Galaxy M51 below Php 20K, it’ll be incredibly competitive with the offerings of many of its rivals, including the OnePlus Nord and Huawei’s 5G-capable phone, the nova 7 SE. 

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John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

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