“Samsung Galaxy M31 is expected to launch in India soon and a camera module image reveals an L-shaped quad camera setup”
Samsung Galaxy M31 will have better camera hardware compared to its predecessor the Galaxy M30s. The upcoming Galaxy M31, which is reportedly being developed along with the Galaxy M11, will pack quad rear cameras. This is revealed through an image of the Galaxy M31 camera module, which has been shared with 91mobiles by a reliable industry source who wishes to remain anonymous. The rectangular-shaped module has a total of five circular cutouts, suggesting four camera sensors will be arranged in an L-shaped design and will be assisted by an LED flash.
It was previously rumoured that the Samsung Galaxy M31 will come with a 48MP triple camera setup. However, the Galaxy M31 camera module image seems to suggest an additional camera lens for versatility. While the camera details are unknown at the moment, we can tell you that the phone is expected to launch in February 2020.
Going by previous leaks and rumours, Samsung Galaxy M31 specifications are said to include an Exynos 9611 or Snapdragon 665 AIE chipset with 6GB of RAM under the hood, 48-megapixel primary camera, 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 Galaxy M31 will reportedly get a red colour variant.
Separately, Samsung is also working on the Galaxy M11, Galaxy M21, and Galaxy M41 smartphones as well. Details about the Galaxy M11 remain vague at the moment; however, the M21 is tipped to employ an Exynos 9609 chipset paired with 4GB of RAM, and dual-rear camera setup with 24-megapixel + 5-megapixel sensors. The Galaxy M41, meanwhile, will allegedly be driven by an Exynos 9630 processor with up to 6GB RAM, and 64MP triple rear cameras.
~with inputs from Mukesh Kumar Singh