Samsung today introduced the Galaxy M31, a new smartphone that comes with a huge 6000 mAH battery and a quad camera setup in which the main sensor has a resolution of 64 MP.
After various leaks in the past few weeks, Samsung today officially presented the successor to the Galaxy M30s with the designation M31. Like its predecessors, this will set itself apart from the competition mainly due to the gigantic battery with a capacity of 6000 mAH. With this, even intensive users should be able to use the smartphone for two full days at a time without charging. However, the device knows how to please at first glance.
The Galaxy M31 comes with a 6.4-inch FHD + panel that has a waterdrop notch that hides the 32 MP selfie camera. On the back is the new quad camera setup, in which the main sensor has a resolution of 64 MP and the wide-angle camera has a resolution of 8 MP. The other two sensors each manage with 5 MP, one being used for macro photography and the other for calculating depth information.
As processor, Samsung uses the same Exynos 9611 as its predecessor, which is no problem in terms of performance. However, when it comes to efficiency, the predecessor still had some room for improvement, which should be true again this time. The smartphone, on the other hand, has a little more capacity with 6 GB RAM, while nothing changes with the internal memory with either 64 or 128 GB. The current Android 10 is pre-installed as the operating system.
Even if there is next to nothing new in the design and processor compared to the predecessor, the new Galaxy M31 should find some customers thanks to its large battery, for which battery life is an important decision criterion. The device is initially priced in India for the equivalent of just over 200 euros. The predecessor is currently available in Germany for 249 euros on Amazon.