Samsung Galaxy M-series of smartphones are very famous and are targetted towards the Indian youth. The company’s previous M-series of devices were a huge hit and they go on toe-to-toe with the likes of Redmi and Realme series of smartphones. Samsung has already unveiled its M01, M30, M30s, and a lot of other devices in the past. Now, the Korean tech giant is all set to unveil its M31s in India on July 30.
The M31 was launched in India back in February. The Amazon page of the new device says that the phone will launch with 6000 mAh battery and will add the supporting for 25W fast charging too. Also, Samsung seems like it is not missing out on the AMOLED display panel here.
Unlike the previous generation devices, this device will not miss out on any of the features tossed in the mid-range market segment. For starters, the device might originate with the punch-hole display notch and the announcement poster further teases the device in While-Blue gradient colors.
Samsung Galaxy M31s
From the listing, one can get a clear idea that Samsung is calling the primary sensor on the Galaxy M31s an ‘Intelli-Camera’
. Shortly, this could intend that the brand has combined some new AI highlights on the device to help the optics module or this could be a straightforward scene recognization thing, which we have just seen on plenty of devices throughout the years.
Aside from these highlights, as mentioned earlier the listing on Amazon India insists that the Samsung Galaxy M31s will toss in an AMOLED FHD+ show with an Infinity-O panel. The 6,000mAh battery on the device will bolster 25W quick charging and furthermore offer opposite charging highlight, which could be helpful with such a huge battery.
There will likewise be a ‘Single Take’ include on the device that would permit users to click different photographs and shoot recordings with a single click.
As far as the price is concerned, Amazon did not reveal anything in regards to the Galaxy M31s’ cost in India. But going by the previous reports, we expect the device to launch around 20,000 INR. At this price, the device has to compete with the likes of Realme X3, upcoming OnePlus Nord and etc.
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