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Coming soon: Samsung Galaxy M31s

Samsung Galaxy M31s is all set to be launched in India early next month. This Korean device is packed with an L- shaped rear quad camera setup, powerful processor, and sAMOLED display. This will fall under the mid-range family of smartphones in India ranging between INR 16,000 – 20,000. This is likely to be a successor of M31, which was launched earlier this year. Unlike other mid-range Samsung smartphones, it is also likely to have a hole-punch display with top- center cutout for the front camera and a separate slack for rear camera setup including flash in it.

Hotshots for this device can be its 64-megapixel rear camera, with a separate camera for taking macro shots.

New and sleek design expected

No clarity as on how it will differ from M31 but reports say it comes in a new sleek design with easy to hold and carry in hand. Though, no major hardware changes are intimated by the brand.

The camera module of Samsung smartphones stays out of the box as compared to other smartphones but among Samsung, it is very common. Thus, a new design is what we are all expecting.

Technical specifications of M31s

Coming on to the techs involved in this Samsung device, it may come with a product code of SM-M317F. It runs on an Octa-core Exynos 9611 processor (the same used in M31) geared up with a base variant of 6GB + 128GB. The display equips of 6.4 inches Ultra FHD Super AMOLED display for seamless streaming, the camera comprises of the 64-megapixel main camera and a 48-megapixel front camera. And finally talking on power, it is powered with a mega 6000 mAh battery which will come with a 15 W fast charging support. This device will initially work on Android 10 and One UI 2.0 further we can expect some minor android updates.

Pricing in India

The guesses of the price list of M31s can be more or less matched with M31. Thus, we can expect the base variant to start from INR 16,000 which can further see an increase to INR 20,000 for the top variant.

The sale for this device will start in first week of August, though the exact dates are not yet revealed.

Nikhil Patel

A Computer Science Engineer who writes tech-based articles out of his passion to make the latest technologies easy to understand for everyone.

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