Samsung Galaxy M31s will launch in India on July 30 at 12pm (midday), an official poster on the Amazon India web site revealed. As the title suggests, the upcoming Samsung telephone can be a brand new addition to the Galaxy M31 household, that was first launched in India in February this yr. According to the Galaxy M31s micro-site on Amazon, the telephone will pack a quad rear digicam setup that features a 48-megapixel main digicam. The digicam helps Samsung’s Single Take function that permits customers to seize a number of photographs and movies with only one take.
The Samsung Galaxy M31s micro-site additional reveals that the telephone will home a 6,000mAh battery with assist for 25W quick charging as reverse charging. The upcoming Samsung telephone can be confirmed to include an AMOLED show with full-HD+ decision.
The official poster reveals that entrance panel of the Galaxy M31s has a hole-punch cutout on the centre in contrast to the waterdrop-notch on the vanilla Galaxy M31. The poster additional teases the telephone in While-Blue gradient color.
The pricing and availability particulars of the Galaxy M31s are but to be disclosed; nonetheless, clients can choose the “Notify Me” choice on Amazon to get its newest updates. A report final week claimed that the Galaxy M31s would go sale in India beginning August 6. On the opposite hand, the Samsung Galaxy M31 price in India begins at Rs. 17,499 for the bottom 6GB RAM + 128GB storage choice, and it’s seemingly that we are able to count on its pricing to begin round roughly the identical worth bracket.
Earlier in June, the Galaxy M31s was spotted on the benchmarking website, Geekbench with the mannequin quantity SM-M317F. According to the itemizing, the Galaxy M31s will pack Samsung Exynos 9611 SoC, paired with 6GB of RAM. The itemizing additionally suggests the telephone runs on Android 10. Similarly, the identical mannequin quantity was spotted on the TUV Rheinland web site. The itemizing had first hinted on the telephone’s 6,000mAh battery.
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