Reports say the Samsung Galaxy M31s smart machine is under development, after earlier rumors that it would have built-in storage for the 128GB ROM. Today, however, 91Mobiles found that the machine’s 6000 mAh large battery (model EB-BM317ABY) has been certified by the Rhine TUV in Germany. We are not surprised that its predecessor, Galaxy M31, has already supported fast charge.
Samsung may release the Galaxy M31s from August to September to replace the Galaxy M31, which debuted in February. Unfortunately, Germany’s Rhine did not disclose any other specifications than batteries.
Rumor has it that the opportunity is a rear-mounted four-camera, the main sensor is not 64MP. Previously, the Geekbench benchmark exposed its Exynos 9600 SoC-based, complemented by 6GB OF RAM and Android 10 mobile operating systems.
The chip’s single-core/multicore score is not 347/ 1256, but the exact release date of the Galaxy M31s is still unknown.
Before you do that, we can review the galaxy M31’s specifications, such as the 6.4-inch FHD-AMOLED waterdrop notch screen. Exynos 9611 SoC (integrated Mali-G72MP3 GPU), 6GB OF RAM plus 128GB ROM (supportmicroSD storage expansion).
The Sony IMX616 sensor with a front single camera is 32MP, and the rear four-in is a combination of 64MP master camera s 8MP ultra wide angle plus 5MP depth and 5MP macro.
The software section is Android 10-based OneUI 2.0, supports 4G/LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, USB Type-C charging/data port, rear fingerprint s support for 18W fast charge of the 6000 mAh battery.