Samsung will announce their latest Galaxy M31 mid-ranger smartphone on February 25th later this month. This device will be the successor of last year’s Galaxy M30 which was announced during the same period of time.
Similar to most of the company’s recently announced smartphones including Galaxy A51, the Galaxy M31 will also employs a rectangular rear-camera module for it’s quad-camera setup.
Although there isn’t much details pertaining to the camera’s specs, but Samsung do confirmed that the device will be equipped with a 64 megapixels main shooter.
The other three sensors were rumored to consist of a ultra-wide lens, dedicated macro shooter, as well as a depth sensor.
At the front, the Galaxy M31 will feature a FHD+ sAMOLED Infinity U display which is completed with extremely thin bezels along it’s two sides.
According to reports, the device is expected to be driven either by an octa-core Snapdragon 665 or Exynos 9611 SoC under the hood.
There will also be a mammoth 6,000mAh battery available to keep the device running for an extended period of time.