Earlier this week, we’d heard fresh reports out of India that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M31s will be announced by the end of the month. Right now, courtesy of the folks over at 91Mobiles, we now know that the device will go on sale in India starting August 6th via Amazon India.
Other than revealing its sales date, the Indian publication also released some official renders of the Galaxy M31s which show off the front and rear design of the handset.
Unlike the Galaxy M31 which has a dewdrop-notch display, the upcoming Galaxy M31s will employ a central hole-punch design instead. It will be accompanied with thin bezels along its four sides.
Over on its rear, the Galaxy M31s will continue to feature a rectangular camera housing which play host to a quad-cameras system. However, we can see that the camera sensors and LED flash are configured in a different arrangement from the Galaxy M31.
Also, the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor is absent on the Galaxy M31s as well. This suggests that the device is likely to feature either a side-mounted or in-display fingerprint scanner this time round.
Under the hood, a recent Geekbench listing had confirmed that the Galaxy M31s will be driven by an octa-core Exynos 9611 SoC coupled with 6GB worth of RAM. This should be accompanied by an option between 64GB and 128GB storage capacity.
In its imaging department, the Galaxy M31s is said to sport a 64MP Quad-cameras system which is likely to include a main camera, ultra-wise lens, macro camera, as well as a depth sensor.
At the helm, the device will draw power from the same 6,000mAh battery according to its TUV Rheinland listing. Needless to say, it is also expected to support at least 15W fast-charging.