After a good response to the launch of the Galaxy M30 in India last year, Samsung is now gearing up for a successor model, the Galaxy M31. Although the exact date and price of the M31 has not yet been confirmed, some important specifications have been exposed. One thing to be sure of is that the 6000mAh super-capacity battery on the M30 will be retained.
More importantly, the camera solution on the back of the fuselage has been greatly improved, with the main camera upgraded to 64 megapixels from its previous 48 megapixels. Although the price has not yet been announced, the current leads suggest that the Samsung Galaxy M31 will cost less than 18,000 rupees ($1,762.24).
The current flagship product in the Galaxy M Series is the Galaxy M30s, which provideexcellent battery life, performance and camera functionality at a reasonable price. And with an ultra-thin design, it’s equipped with an oversized battery with 6000mAh capacity, a built-in Samsung’s 10nm Exynos 9611 processor, 48 million master cameras, plus 8 million ultra-wide-angle and 5 million deep sensor three-camera solutions.
The upcoming Galaxy M31 is expected to be upgraded to quad, possibly adding macro sensors based on the M30s. After all, Samsung will definitely retain ultra-wide-angle cameras and depth sensors. The 6,000mAh battery remains its main selling point. There’s no doubt that this battery has a great performance and can give you more than two days of battery life.