Last year, Samsung released the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 to which the Galaxy M30 would later be added. A year later, its “successor,” the Samsung Galaxy M31, seems to be just around the corner.
Regarding the Samsung Galaxy M31, we have received several leaks for a few months, but now it seems that Samsung has activated its teasers’ machine. Samsung teases the Galaxy M31 smartphone with a 64MP camera sensor.
The Samsung Galaxy M30 received a reissue in September 2019, the Samsung Galaxy M30s. It came with a better processor, more battery (6,000mAh) and better cameras. Instead of being triple 13 + 5 + 5 MP, it arrived with 48 + 8 + 5 megapixels.
Samsung Galaxy M31 is coming soon
Saw this image online. Seems like Samsung is coming up with something to do with a 64MP #MegaMonster. The details & when is still a mystery. Let's see what the successor to the M30s has to offer. @SamsungIndia can you throw some light. pic.twitter.com/La7YnDnW9K
— Ranjit (@geekyranjit) February 4, 2020
We have been watching leaks of the M31 since no less than August last year. And most of them agreed that the 48MP would remain as the main sensor. However, teaser images of the model are circulating on Twitter, and one of them refers to its camera. It would be 64 megapixels.
The posters show that the fit is maintained by calling Samsung Galaxy M31 “MegaMonster”, which may imply that a large capacity battery is maintained. Coming Soon is also noteworthy, confirming that we should see the device soon.
The M31 was spotted in Geekbench with Exynos 9611, 6 GB of RAM and Android 10. so it would maintain the same power of the Samsung Galaxy M30s, but with a better combination in its camera. It remains to be seen if the perforation on the screen will be extended to the M series or if it will continue to have a notch like the previous versions. The teasers are more than likely to continue and we will soon know more details. The device is expected to be launched in a couple of weeks. Since the Galaxy M30s has recently received a price cut.