Samsung Galaxy M31 to launch in India today: Expected price, features and specifcations
Sushant Talwar February 25, 2020
South Korean tech giant, Samsung, is set to launch the Galaxy M31 in India later today. The smartphone had earlier been revealed to launch on February 25, with the company also revealing key details about it through a number of teasers.
The Galaxy M31 is the successor of the popular Galaxy M30 from last year and is expected to be announced at a similar price point as the Galaxy M30 from last year. While there will be no launch event for the device, Samsung has revealed through its Twitter handle that the phone will be made official at 1pm today.
Samsung Galaxy M31: Expected specifications
The Samsung Galaxy M31 is expected to feature a 32-megapixel selfie camera with an aperture of f/2.0. The phone is said to be available in two RAM and storage variants, with the entry one bringing 6GB of RAM paired with 64GB of storage, while the other brings 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
One of the main highlights of the phone is expected to be its rear camera set-up. Teasers have revealed that the phone will feature a quad-camera setup with the main sensor being a 64-megapixel one. This sensor will sit next to an 8-megapixel secondary sensor. The third camera on the device will be a 5-megapixel sensor. The fourth one will also be a 5-megapixel one with f/2.4 aperture.
Leaks have also revealed that the device will get an Exynos 9611 processor at the heart of it, with the phone flaunting a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED full HD+ Infinity-U display. Under the hood, there will be a 6,000mAh battery with support for 15W fast charging and ship with a USB Type-C fast charger in the box. There will also be a 3.5mm jack on the device.
Samsung Galaxy M31: Expected price
While there is no official word one the pricing of the Galaxy M31, the speculation is that it could be priced around Rs 15,000. This would also fall in line with expectations of the phone following a similar pricing strategy as seen with the Galaxy M30 last year. More on this, however, would be known once the device is launched later today.