Samsung Galaxy M31 Renders in Blue, Black and Red Colors Leaked Online Ahead of the Launch

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South Korean smartphones major Samsung is on a phone-launch spree. The company, earlier today, launched its mid-range A-series handset the Samsung Galaxy A71 in India. In the next few days, Samsung is also scheduled to launch the brand new Galaxy S20 series of flagship-grade handsets in the country. Then there is the Galaxy X Flip for which preorders have already begun. On the affordable spectrum, Samsung is also readying the launch of the Galaxy M series for 2020. Of these, we have been hearing about the Galaxy M31 a lot. This handset is expected to be a successor to the Galaxy M30s from last year and is expected to be launched in the next few days. Before the official launch, however, popular Indian leakster Ishan Agarwal posted press renders of the phone in which three color options in which the phone will be available can be clearly seen.

Samsung Galaxy M31 Renders

As evident from the renders posted below, the Samsung Galaxy M31 will be near-identical to the M30s as far as the looks go. What has clearly changed is the camera layout at the rear which now gets quad cameras.

Samsung Galaxy M31 Specifications (Expected)

As for the hardware specs, the Samsung Galaxy M31 is expected to come powered by the same Exynos 9611 SoC that we also saw on the M30s. The phone is expected to be offered in two versions; a base 6GB RAM + 64GB option and an 8GB RAM + 128GB version. The phone will also retain the large 6,000 mAh battery with support for 15W fast charging. The quad-camera setup at the rear includes a 64MP primary camera, and 8MP ultrawide camera, and two 5MP sensors. At the front, the phone is likely to get a 32MP camera. As you might have observed already, the Galaxy M31 will in all likelihood be an incremental update to the M30s from last year.



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