- Samsung Galaxy M51 India Released on September 10th
- Poco will launch two new phones next week
- The Moto Razor 5 will be getting a G-enabled successor.
A week after the launch of Realme X7 Series, Realme V3, Redmi 9A, OPPO F17 Series, Realme 7 Series, and Samsung Galaxy ZD Fold 2, we are now turning to the 2nd week of September.
More new smartphones will be launched in India and globally next week. Samsung plans to launch Galaxy M51 in India, Motorola will unveil the successor of the Moto Razor foldable phone. Meanwhile, the company plans to launch two new smartphones – the Poco X3 and the Poco M2 – next week.
Samsung Galaxy M51 will be launched in India on Thursday, September 10th. The smartphone is already official in Germany, so we know its design and specifications. The Samsung Galaxy M51 features a punch-hole cutout, 64MP quad-camera setup, and 25W fast charging support for a selfie camera with a 6.7-inch FHD + AMOLED + display. The phone’s USP means it packs a 7,000mAh battery. The Samsung Galaxy M51 is controlled by the Snapdragon 730G chipset.
The Poco M2 will be launched in India on September 8, making it the brand’s most affordable phone yet. As the name suggests, the POCO M2 is a toned-down version of the POCO M2 Pro, which was launched in India in July. The upcoming POCO M2 is India’s most affordable 6GB RAM phone. Additionally, the company has revealed that the phone will come with an FHD + waterdrop display. More details on the smartphone are expected to be released in the days to come.
One day before the launch of POCO M2 India, the company will launch the POCO X3 globally. The smartphone will succeed in the POCO X2 in the affordable mid-range segment. Ahead of the launch, the Poco X3 has already confirmed that it will be powered by the Snapdragon 732G chipset. The phone will come with a 120Hz display, 64MP quad-camera setup, and 33W fast charging support.
Motorola will be announcing the Moto Razor 5G foldable flip phone on Wednesday. This is a slightly updated version of the current Moto Razor. While the flip phone’s design is expected to be the same, the internals will be updated and will include a 5G-enabled chipset, possibly the Snapdragon 765 SoC. The phone also comes with 8GB RAM, 256GB internal storage, 2,845mAh battery, and a 48MP camera.
These are the phones that are sure to be released next week, but there may be some surprise launches. OEMs can also unveil non-smartphone products. For example, Shiomi plans to launch Redmi Smart Band in India on September 8