As of last month, Samsung had requested for nine trademarks with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), which is a step towards bringing the new Galaxy A-series devices. The models included Samsung A11, Samsung A21, Samsung A31, Samsung A41, Samsung A51, Samsung A61, Samsung A71 and Samsung A81. Galaxy A-series smartphones have been popular, as is the Galaxy M-series. New leaked information has sprung up today regarding the Galaxy M11, M21, M31 and M41 cameras.
Sudhanshu Ambhore, an Indian Tipster, has posted some of the main features of Samsung Galaxy M21, Galaxy M31 and Galaxy M41 on his official Twitter account. The Samsung Galaxy M21 will be coming with the Samsung’s Exynos 9609 chipset and will be paired with 4GB RAM. As for the camera, the phone will come with a dual-camera setup with a 24 MP primary sensor and 5 MP depth sensor, according to Sudhanshu.
While Samsung will be using the Snapdragon 665 coupled with 6GB of RAM for the Galaxy M31. The phone will have a triple rear camera set-up with 48 MP as the primary sensor and a 12 MP wide-angle secondary sensor coupled with 5 MP depth sensor, to enhance the image quality.
The Samsung Galaxy M41 is likely to come with a 6GB RAM and 64 MP triple rear camera module, and will be running on the Exynos 9630. It will also have 12 MP wide angle sensor and 5 MP depth sensor. As of now, this is all we have on the new Galaxy M-series, stay tuned for more.