Samsung India teases upcoming Galaxy M31, 64 MP camera and a generous battery in tow
When talking about generous battery capacities, the Galaxy M3x series has a lot to offer — the Galaxy M30 has a 5,000 mAh power pack inside, and the Galaxy M30s comes with even more juice — 6,000 mAh. In the worst-case scenario, the upcoming Galaxy M31 will be equal to the M30 from this point of view, but we might be surprised by this upcoming "MegaMonster" that has been recently teased by Samsung India.
Apparently spotted on Geekbench at the end of last year, the upcoming Galaxy M31 is now set to hit the market with a 64 MP main camera. If it will show up soon enough, the Samsung Galaxy M31 will be the second handset with such a camera released by the South Korean tech giant. For now, the only 64 MP smartphone Samsung has in its portfolio is the Galaxy A70s.
In addition to the generous battery without a specific capacity and the 64 MP main camera, there's no other bit of official information or hint to go by at this time. However, there are plenty of rumors spinning around: a total of four cameras on the back, an Exynos 9611 processor, 6 GB of memory, all with Android 10 with One UI 2.0 on top.
The Samsung Galaxy M31 is expected to hit the market in a few weeks alongside two other M-series handset, but there's no official launch date to talk about yet.
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