Samsung is gearing up for the launch of its brand new mid-range smartphone dubbed the Samsung Galaxy A31. A couple of days ago, we spotted the device on the Bluetooth SIG certification website. Today, we were able to spot it on the FCC certification website, which hints that the Samsung Galaxy A31 launch date might not be too far from now. The FCC certification for the handset reveals some more intel surrounding its specifications. Take a look at what we know about the Samsung Galaxy A31 smartphone so far.
Samsung Galaxy A31: Everything We Know So Far
As seen on the FCC certification images, the Samsung Galaxy A31 will measure 158.5mm x 72mm. It will run on DC 3.85 V power supply. The certification also consists of a screenshot of the device’s settings menu and we can see the usual One UI settings options, like Advanced features, Digital Wellbeing and parental controls, apps, general management, about phone, and software update to name a few.
Courtesy of Bluetooth SIG certification, we already know that the Samsung Galaxy A31 will be a Dual-SIM device and will feature 4G connectivity. The device is tipped to feature higher internal storage than its predecessor. Plus, word has it that the Samsung Galaxy A31 will come with a punch-hole selfie snapper. Though the battery capacity of the device is still unknown, the FCC listing suggests that the Samsung Galaxy A31 will have support for up to 15W charging. On the software side of things, the handset is almost confirmed to run the latest Android 10 OS. To learn more about the Samsung Galaxy A31, you can head to our previous coverage.
As of now, there is not much known about the Samsung Galaxy A31, so we don’t have a clue as to what the device will look like. That being said, since it has already started popping up on various certification websites, we can safely expect to hear more about it in the coming days.