Samsung Galaxy series of smartphones is all set to welcome another phone. The Samsung Galaxy M31 Prime has been recently teased on Amazon India with the “Coming Soon” tagline, hinting at an imminent launch.
The Amazon teaser of the next Samsung Galaxy handset sheds light on its key features and specs, like the processor, battery, and cameras. Given that, we should expect a mid-range smartphone, similar to the Samsung Galaxy M31, in terms of specs and design. Here is what you need to know.
Samsung Galaxy M31 Prime Expected Specs and Features
According to the previous reports, the Samsung Galaxy M31 Prime is said to flaunt an Infinity-U panel, possibly an AMOLED or LCD. The resolution and other display-related specs are still unknown, but we should expect one of the best options.
Coming to the camera skills, the Samsung Galaxy M31 Prime will sport a quad-rear camera module with four sensors arranged in a sleek rectangular setup, including a 64MP main sensor, an 8MP secondary wide-angle lens, a 5MP tertiary macro lens, and a 5MP fourth depth sensor. Also, the rear panel appears to feature a fingerprint sensor.
Upfront, the camera will feature a camera of 32MP for selfies and video calls, and support for slo-mo 4K video recording, AR Doodle, and much more.
Under the hood, the Samsung Galaxy M31 Prime is said to pack the Exynos 9611 chipset. The available RAM and storage options are still unknown.
The Samsung Galaxy M31 Prime will get its fuel from a 6,000mAh battery with support for 15W fast charging via a USB Type-C port.
The Samsung Galaxy M31 Prime looks like a toned-down version of the praised Samsung Galaxy M31, with a downgraded display. It is possible to be launched with an LCD panel and other cool features.
Samsung is expected to release more details in the coming months!
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