“Samsung Galaxy M31 is expected to come with Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, feature a quad-camera setup, and is likely to run on Android 10 OS”
Samsung Galaxy M31 has received Bluetooth SIG certification with model number SM-M315F/DS and SM-M315F/DSN. This comes after the handset bagged Wi-Fi Alliance certification. The Galaxy M31 is spotted running on Android 10 OS and will have support for dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 5.0. The handset could launch sometime this quarter, probably after the Samsung Galaxy S20 unveiling on February 11th. It will be launching as a successor to the last year’s Galaxy M30s and Galaxy M30 smartphones.
Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy M31 has been tipped to have an L-shape quad-rear camera setup with a 48MP primary sensor, an ultra-wide-angle lens and a depth sensor. The fourth sensor could be a macro lens. The handset is said to be powered by the Exynos 9611 or Snapdragon 665 AIE chipset paired with 6GB RAM. It will be available in red colour but could be available in other options as well. Apart from the Galaxy M31, Samsung is also working on Galaxy M11 and Galaxy A11 phones as they received Wi-Fi certification as well. The two smartphones boot Android 10 OS based on One UI 2.0 custom skin and are expected to launch in February this year.
Separately, Samsung is also working on the A-series phones, including the Galaxy A21, Galaxy A21s and others. The latter is expected to come with 2MP macro camera lens, 32GB or 64GB storage options that should be expandable via microSD card. It is expected to run on Android 10 OS with One UI 2.0 custom skin on top. It seems like Samsung is having a strong mid-range line-up for 2020.