The promising intermediate model that includes battery With a capacity of 7,000mAh wins official pricing in the German market - and increases our hopes and expectations for launch in Israel as well
After quite a few preliminary reports and rumors About the existence of the Galaxy M51, Our expectation was for announcement and official availability from the Indian market first - but This unusual smart device Again manages to surprise us and actually pops up On Samsung's official German website, With the same specs we have already heard about in addition to the official price tag.
The smartphone that offers a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with FullHD + resolution, chip Snapdragon 730 octagon, storage UFS 2.1 fast internal 128GB with expandable option for up to 512GB more, memory Dynamic 6GB, square main photo array with 64 megapixel main sensor, Fingerprint scanner Built-in side and 7,000mAh internal battery with fast 25 watt charging (included in the package) will be available on the German market in black and white starting from September 11 - with a price tag of 360 euros including local taxes.
A direct conversion of the price tag to shekels gives us a sum of about 1,450 shekels, and if we assume that the tax levels in Israel and Europe for products of this type are similar - if and when there is an official local launch, it may be expected and hoped for a recommended cost of 1,500 shekels or 1,600 shekels. Which would be a good deal for this combination of processing power and battery life.
The official announcement of the Galaxy M51 for the Indian market is now expected on September 10, very close to the official availability in Europe (consumers in Germany can pre-order through the online store of סמסונג Already now) - and we are left only to wonder if there are any plans for launch (official or unofficial) in the local landscape. Would you like to see him join the local offer with a price tag of over NIS 1,500, or in this situation he has no real future in relation to the tough competition that is already available here? Come to Dex in the comments.