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Samsung Galaxy M31 with 6,000 mAh battery for launch on February 25

Having launched the Samsung Galaxy M30 last year, Samsung is ready to launch its successor, the Galaxy M31, in Asian countries later this month. The mobile phone will be launched on February 25 in India and will be exclusive to Amazon India.

The Samsung Galaxy M31 also has its own page on Amazon and has revealed some of the key technical specifications of the device, including a massive 6,000 mAh battery such as the Samsung Galaxy M30s.

Samsung Galaxy M31 with 6,000 mAh super battery

The rest of the hardware includes a configuration of four cameras at the rear, directed by a 64MP sensor. The L-shaped location of the four sensors inside the rectangular camera is similar to what we have already seen in the Galaxy A51, Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy Note 10 Lite and others.

Samsung Galaxy M31 with 6,000 mAh super battery

Samsung has also confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy M31 will feature a Full HD + Super AMOLED “Infinity-U” screen.

Processor, RAM of the Samsung Galaxy M31, still to know

The rest of the technical specifications of the Samsung Galaxy M31, including the processor, RAM, storage, secondary image sensors, details on the display panel and other information, remain secret for now.

But it won’t surprise us if Samsung plans to reveal some of these details in the period before the actual launch.

It will also be interesting to see if the device will have a price similar to that of its predecessors, which could make it a worthy competitor against popular devices such as Redmi Note 8 Pro and Realme 5 Pro.

Meanwhile, Samsung will also launch the Samsung Galaxy S20 , Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and Samsung Galaxy Buds + series in its “Unpacked” event. While the Galaxy S20 series will be the successor to last year’s Galaxy S10 line, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will be the second generation foldable mobile phone of the Korean giant.

It will have a shell shape like the folding Moto Razr 2019. As for the Galaxy Buds +, they will be the company’s next-generation wireless headphones and the successor of last year’s Galaxy Wireless wireless headphones.

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