Galaxy M31 will be presented on February 25th with 6,000 mAh battery and 64MP camera

Galaxy M31 to be presented on February 25th with 6,000 mAh battery and 64MP camera

In February last year, Samsung introduced the Galaxy M30, and a few months later, more specifically in September, made the M30s official. Information indicates that the company is preparing to launch the next model, which will reach the market as M31.

This device has already been found in the Geekbench database, in addition to being recently certified by Bluetooth SIG. Now, the official website of Samsung India has revealed the launch date of its new intermediary: February 25th.

Interestingly, the company also made some specifications very clear, in addition to having published official renderings showing the entire design of the device. The Galaxy M31 delivers quad rear cameras, the main one being 64MP. As a security feature, there is a fingerprint reader centralized on the back.

The sAMOLED display features Full HD + resolution and a drop notch, but the size is still unknown. Seeking to offer optimum autonomy in daily use, Samsung inserted a 6,000 mAh battery, but no fast charging technology was mentioned.

According to previous leaks, the Galaxy M31 come with Exynos 9611 or Snapdragon 665 processor and 6GB of RAM. In addition to the 64MP sensor, a 12MP wide angle and 5MP depth is expected. Unfortunately, we still don't have details on the resolution and function of the last lens.

Anyway, until the launch event arrives on the 25th, this and other information, such as prices and amount of internal storage, may be leaked. So we can only wait.


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