Samsung is a massive conglomerate. With over 9 different divisions under the name Samsung. Samsung delves into everything from building ports and the tallest building in the world Burj Khalifa to making ships, fighter jets, and tanks. This all should imply that Samsung is a massive company that isn’t afraid to try anything new and believes in overstuffing more features into its equipment and with over 300 thousand active patents in the USA, Samsung has a massive repertoire to work on.
Samsung’s Mobile Division
Let’s take this moment to talk about the division of Samsung which generates Samsung around 20% of its total revenue. It’s Mobile division. It has been 13 years since Apple first came out with it’s iconic and revolutionary iPhone. Although Samsung has been in the mobile market for 32 years now. Samsung till the late 1990’s was struggling and planning to quit its mobile division.
With Samsung only having around 10% of the South Korean market. Samsung started its real journey towards currently being one of the top 3 smartphone manufacturers in the world. In 2009, with the release of its first Galaxy S smartphone. Released back in 2010, Galaxy S became a game-changer ended up being one of the most liked phones of the time just behind Apple’s iPhone 4.
Samsung kept doing what it was doing and in just a few years, it reached a duopoly state with Apple. And ended up capturing the most number of consumers.
Samsung over the years has branched out and added various monikers from the most iconic S and Note to A, C, J, M, X, Y, and Z.
All of which is to demarcate the various different ideas they all follow. With S being the top of the line best flagships and Note being the top of the line best phablets. Which have made Samsung’s line up so convoluted that the majority of people who are into tech have no idea what is what and which is the best or has the most value for money.
Another Mid-Range phone with Mid-Range specifications?
This is why when I heard about the release of another mid-ranger with mediocre specifications, I almost paid no attention to it. I was underwhelmed due to the massive variety of devices placed at this price range with many being arguably better with much better specifications. This is why, when I looked at the specification list again and saw the battery listed at 7000 mAh I was surprised.
Due to the trend of having slimmer and slimmer phones each year, it has been exceedingly difficult to have a big battery in those super-slim phones. With the batteries themselves becoming physically smaller but keeping the same amount of charge, battery engineers and developers are people we don’t pay enough attention to.
Galaxy M51: Specification
Samsung might have made another mid-ranger with mediocre specs, but their decision of stuffing a massive 7ooo mAh monstrous battery in its M51 phone is a great move by them. Complete with a 6.7″(Inch), Super AMOLED, Infinity-O display along with a quad-camera setup on the back with a 64MP primary sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide sensor, a 5MP depth sensor, and a 5MP macro camera. With the device also featuring a 32MP selfie camera. Powered by Snapdragon 730 and 6 0r 8gbs of memory, it will be a decent mid-range phone with a good display, long battery life and the Samsung experience allowing it’s users to use it as a good media consumption machine.