After being certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance, Samsung’s Galaxy M31 is certified as a Bluetooth SIG with models SM-M315F/DS and SM-M315F/DSN. According to the authentication documents, the Galaxy M31 runs the Android 10 system and supports dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi as well as Bluetooth 5.0. The new machine is expected to go on sale this quarter and is expected to be unveiled at the S20 series launch on February 11.
As the successor to last year’s Galaxy M30s and Galaxy M30, it is now announced that the Galaxy M31 features an L-shaped rear quad camera design with a main camera of 48 megapixels, plus an ultra-wide-angle lens, depth sensor and macro sensor.
In the internal specification configuration, it is said to be equipped with Samsung’s own Exynos 9611 processor or Qualcomm SnapDragon 665 AIE processor, 6GB of memory. In addition to the Galaxy M31, Samsung is also developing Galaxy M11 and Galaxy A11 phones because they are also Wi-Fi certified. Both smartphones will launch the Android 10 operating system based on one UI 2.0 custom skins and are expected to launch in February.
Samsung is also developing A-Series phones, including the Galaxy A21 and Galaxy A21s. The latter is expected to feature a 2MP macro camera lens, 32GB or 64GB storage options, which should be extended via a microSD card. Expected to run on Android 10 OS with AUI 2.0 custom skin on top. Predictably, the mid-range squad in 2020 will be very strong.