December 17: Samsung, one of the most popular smartphone brands in Nepal, has announced the launch of Galaxy M51, a premium M-series smartphone for the tech savvy millennials and Gen Z consumers.
Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G, Galaxy M51 is Nepal’s first smartphone with 7000mAh battery, the company claimed. Galaxy M51 comes with best-in-segment 6.7” SAMOLED Plus Infinity-O display for immersive viewing experience and segment-leading Sony 64MP Quad Camera with Single Take feature, reads a statement issued by Samsung.
“Galaxy M series is becoming one of the largest and fastest growing smartphone brand franchises in Nepal. We understand excitement of Samsung M- series lovers. With the only 7000mAh battery industry-wide, and the host of other spectacular features, the Galaxy M51 rightfully lays claims to its marketing campaign tagline of the “Meanest Monster Ever” said Pranaya Ratna Sthapit, Business Head of Samsung Mobile Nepal.
According to the company, Galaxy M Series is known for its power-packed features, including monster battery for long-lasting performance. Since the launch of M series in early 2019, Galaxy M smartphones were the first Samsung devices to come with segment-leading 5000mAh and 6000mAh battery to address the consumers’ increasing need of all-day battery performance.
With Galaxy M51, Samsung is taking its monster battery proposition to a whole new level, the statement added. Galaxy M51 also comes with an in-box Type C 25W superfast charger that recharges Galaxy M51’s monster 7000mAh battery in less than 2 hours. Galaxy M51 also has reverse charging and comes with a Type C to Type C cable, allowing millennials to share their power on the go.
Galaxy M51 is available in two memory variants – 6/128GB and 8/128GB – and will be available in two colors – Electric Blue and Celestial Black.
The Galaxy M51 is priced at Rs 39,999 for the 6/128GB variant while 8/128GB will be available for Rs 43,999 in Nepal.
Galaxy M51 is available in Nepali market from December 15, 2020 across Samsung brand shops and retail stores all over the country.