The Galaxy M51 was the most-expensive Galaxy M series smartphone up until Galaxy M62 was released a few days back. This handset debuted with One UI Core 2.1 based on Android 10. Months after its release, Samsung is now rolling out the Android 11-based One UI 3.1 core update for this phone.
Unlike many Samsung budget smartphones, the Galaxy M51 did not receive the One UI Core 2.5 update. It also did not get the One UI Core 3.0 (Android 11) update. Instead, the South Korean tech giant is updating it directly to One UI Core 3.1.
In other words, the Galaxy M51 is the first Galaxy M series smartphone to get the One UI 3.1 Core update based on Android 11.
Right now, the software build is being pushed in batches, and therefore, it may take time to reach every unit in the country. Also, we can expect Samsung to extend the availability of this update to more regions in the coming days.
Anyway, if you happen to own this handset, then head over to Settings > Software update > Download and install to check whether your phone has received the OTA update yet.
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