Samsung releases the Galaxy A31 to the Indian market
Samsung has unleashed its successor to the Galaxy A30 on the Indian market. This phone has a 6.4-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with a waterdrop notch. It runs One UI based on Android 10 using the MediaTek Helio P65, which has 5000mAh worth of battery to work with in this phone.
The A31 also has 48+8+5+5MP rear cameras, arranged in one of the OEM's nouveau L-shaped conformations. It is now available to Indian customers in one 6GB RAM/128GB SKU, sold in Prism Crush Black, White or Blue colorways. This phone is now on sale on platforms such as Flipkart and Amazon.in, set at 21999 INR (about ~US$292).
However, this offer may only be in effect during the 2020 Galaxy A-series device's introductory period, after which it may default to its 'normal' cost of 23999 INR (~$318). However, Indian Samsung fans may be advized that its new online listings seem to make no mention of the NFC possessed by units of this phones sold in other markets.