The Samsung Galaxy M31 successor will arrive on July 30. Samsung has just confirmed the Galaxy M31s big launch and teased key features of the device through its Amazon landing page.
We can see an Infinity-O display with a centered punch hole starting with the display-a first in the Galaxy M series. The panel itself will be a sAMOLED one with FHD+ resolution but for now there is no word on the exact diagonal of the screen. The back will house an L-shaped quad camera setup with a primary 64MP camera featuring the company’s single take function that allows users to simultaneously take multiple photos and videos.
As with the M31, its 6,000 mAh battery will be the key selling point for the M31s. This time around Samsung will offer fast 25W wired charging as well as reverse charging that will probably require a USB cable, making the phone a power bank. The back image of the phone also reveals that it won’t come with a rear fingerprint scanner this time around which might imply an in-display scanner.