After the refreshed Galaxy M30s, Samsung mobile appears now to be preparing the 2020 edition of the Galaxy M series. The Samsung Galaxy A31 might just be the next in line, as the said device has now passed the Geekbench test.
Geekbench doesn’t reveal too many specs, but it does reveal it will launch with Samsung’s Exynos 9611 SoC, and not the SD 665 as previously rumored. The device has the model number SM-M315F, scored 348 and 1,214 points in Geekbench’s single and multi-core tests, respectively.
The listing further tells us the Samsung Galaxy M31 will run Android 10 with up to 6GB RAM onboard. We are not sure how soon the Galaxy M31 will become official, however, expectations are that it will launch early in the year 2020. Previous reports suggest it could come with a triple rear camera comprising of a 48MP main, 12MP ultrawide, and 5MP depth sensor units.
The Samsung Galaxy M30 launched earlier in September packed a mammoth 6,000mAh battery that aims to deliver a two-day battery life. That makes it one of the few Smartphones in the India market to offer as much battery capacity. The M31 on its own is expected to come packed with similar battery size, and obviously with improved internals.