Samsung Galaxy M31s is reported to launch later this month, and now a contemporary report means that its sale will begin in India on August 6. Fresh renders of the telephone have additionally leaked alongside, and the Samsung Galaxy M31s is seen to sport an L-shaped rear digicam setup. The telephone is leaked to have 4 cameras on the again and a hole-punch show up entrance. The Samsung Galaxy M31s is more likely to be an off-shoot of the Galaxy M31 that was launched earlier this 12 months.
91Mobiles reports that the Samsung Galaxy M31s will go on sale on August 6 in India. The report reiterates that the telephone might launch later this month however gross sales will solely start in August. The Samsung Galaxy M31s can also be reported to be obtainable on the Samsung India on-line retailer and Amazon India websites. As for value, it’s mentioned to be someplace round Rs. 20,000.
The similar publication additionally shared the alleged renders of the Samsung Galaxy M31s. The telephone is seen sporting a rectangle-shaped digicam module with 4 picture sensors positioned in an L-shaped method alongside an LED flash. The telephone’s entrance suggests a hole-punch show with the cutout positioned in the highest centre.
The Samsung Galaxy M31s has leaked on numerous events in the previous. It has been spotted on Geekbench with mannequin quantity SM-M317F, and the identical mannequin quantity has cropped up on TUV Rheinland and South Korea certification as effectively. The Geekbench itemizing means that the Samsung Galaxy M31s could also be powered by the Exynos 9611 octa-core SoC paired with 6GB of RAM. The TUV Rheinland itemizing, on the opposite hand, hints that the telephone will likely be outfitted with 6,000mAh battery.
As for the digicam setup, the telephone’s 4 rear cameras are mentioned to incorporate a 64-megapixel principal sensor. There’s expected to be 128GB of storage, and an AMOLED display is tipped to be built-in up entrance.
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