Samsung Galaxy M31 Teased to Launch in India With 64-Megapixel Camera, Large Battery

Samsung Galaxy M30 is set to receive its successor soon

  • Samsung Galaxy M31 teasers carry “Mega Monster” tagline
  • The phone could include a large battery pack
  • Samsung Galaxy M31 is speculated to have a Exynos 9611 SoC

  • Samsung Galaxy M31

Samsung Galaxy M31, the successor to the Galaxy M30, has been teased to launch in India with a 64-megapixel camera. The new Samsung phone was up until now a part of the rumour mill that indicated its quad camera module and key specifications. The Galaxy M31 is likely to debut alongside the Galaxy M11, Galaxy M21, and Galaxy M41 that all would be a part of the new Galaxy M-series phones for 2020. Last month, a certification purportedly of the Galaxy M31 surfaced on the Wi-Fi Alliance website that hinted at its dual-band Wi-Fi support. The smartphone is expected to run Android 10 out-of-the-box, with the latest One UI on top.

Indian YouTubers, who are popular for their channels GeekyRanjit and Technical Guruji, have tweeted a couple of teasers confirming the launch of the Samsung Galaxy M31. Particularly, the teaser image shared by Ranjit Kumar of GeekyRanjit shows that the new smartphone will come with a 64-megapixel primary camera. This could be the ISOCELL GW1 sensor that Samsung unveiled last year and is already a part of phones such as the Samsung Galaxy A70s and Realme XT