According to 91Mobiles, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M31s and Galaxy M51 will have 64MP main sensors in their rear cameras. Both models are expected to come with a 4-chamber rear configuration.
A 4-camera configuration on this smartphone low cost it is certainly a way to win over users. It is important to note that a 64 MP sensor only dictates the resolution of the photograph and does not guarantee high quality. However, it will certainly help in this regard.
Both models are expected to be launched during June in India. Samsung’s M line has been launched only in Indian territory, in order to combat brands like Redmi and Realme, which has won large market share in India.
Once the largest smartphone seller in India, today that place is occupied by Xiaomi, through the subsidiary Redmi. Therefore, Samsung is trying to regain ground in the Indian market, through the M line, which includes the Galaxy M11, M21, Galaxy M31 and now the Galaxy M31s and Galaxy M51.
Expected Samsung Galaxy M31s specifications
- 6.4 inch screen
- Exynos 9611 processor
- 6 GB of RAM
- 128 GB RAM
- Rear camera: 64 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP + 5 MP
- Front camera: 32 MP
- 6000 mAh battery
So far, we only know more details about the Samsung Galaxy M31s. This is expected to launch in the first week of June, instead of the Galaxy M51. This should only arrive at the end of the month. Prices are not yet known.
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