Samsung is just overpopulating the Galaxy M-series way too much. This year, there are numerous Galaxy M smartphones. Some of them are recently launched Galaxy M31s and Galaxy M51. However, Samsung is now adding a new smartphone to the list. The Galaxy M31 Prime is going to be the new member of the M-series family.
The information comes from Amazon’s dedicated page for the Galaxy M31 Prime. Although Amazon doesn’t mention the device to be M31 Prime, however, the specification sheet clearly speaks out.
And yet again, Samsung is cutting the cost. The alleged M31 Prime will come with the same old Exynos 9611, with 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM. There will be two storage options: 64GB and 128GB. A dedicated SD card slot is present for expansion up to 512GB. The battery on the device will be a 6,000mAh battery, along with the 15W charger inside the box. There will be a 32MP front-facing camera, along with a quad-camera setup at the back. The rear-facing camera will have a 64MP ISOCELL GW1 sensor, instead of Sony IMX682 as we have seen in M31s. Other than that, you will se an 8MP ultra-wide shooter, 5MP depth sensor, and 5MP macro camera.
The design is similar to M31 as well. The display here is going to be an Infinity-U panel, whereas the back will feature a single color plastic design with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Apparently, after M31s, there was literally no need to add another device at all. But we don’t know what Samsung is thinking. But do note, updates are going to be an issue here somehow.
Source: Amazon India
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