“Samsung Galaxy M31 is expected to be an upcoming M-series offering, succeeding last year’s Galaxy M30s smartphone”
Samsung Galaxy M31 has received Wi-Fi certification that means its launch is now just around the corner. The handset has been spotted on the certification site with model number SM-31S5/DS where ‘DS’ stands for Dual SIM. Apart from this, the listing reveals notching except that the Galaxy M31 will come pre-loaded with Android 10 OS and support Wi-Fi frequency bands of 2.4GHz and 5GHz. The handset, meanwhile, is expected to launch in India soon as a successor to last year’s Galaxy M30s and Galaxy M30 smartphones. As reported by 91mobiles previously, the next-gen Galaxy M31 smartphone will ship with an L-shape quad-rear camera setup with 48MP primary sensor.
Samsung Galaxy M31 specifications
The Galaxy M31 is rumoured to ship with Exynos 9611 or Snapdragon 665 AIE chipset, 6GB of RAM, and 48MP quad rear cameras, assisted by an ultra-wide-angle lens, and a depth sensor. The fourth camera could be a macro lens to click images of the subject up close to the phone, just like the Realme 5 and Redmi Note 8. The handset will reportedly come in a red colour variant. That’s basically everything we know about the Galaxy M31 smartphone at the moment. Samsung is yet to confirm the launch, but going by the timeline the new Galaxy M-series smartphones could be unveiled as early as next month.
In addition to the Galaxy M31, the Galaxy M11 and Galaxy A11 have also been certified by Wi-Fi authority. The handsets are expected to be the successor to last year’s Galaxy M10s and Galaxy A10s smartphones respectively. The two smartphones, with Android 10-based One UI 2.0, are expected to launch in February this year.