Review Samsung Galaxy M31s – The Galaxy M31s come with a perforated screen design or Samsung calls it Infinity-O to replace the Infinity-U design, aka the water drop on the Galaxy M31.
Samsung Galaxy M31 smartphone arrives using a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED panel that offers Full HD Plus resolution with a high aspect ratio of 20: 9 and provides a 91 percent screen-to-body ratio.
The small hole in the top center of the screen that looks like the flagship Galaxy S20 Series is home to one 32 megapixel selfie camera. While on the back, we get a quad-camera setup that is installed in a rectangular camera module.
The four cameras consist of a Sony IMX682 64 megapixel camera as the main camera, paired with a 12 megapixel ultra wide camera and a pair of 5 megapixel cameras, each a macro lens and a depth sensor.
Samsung has also equipped the camera in this new smartphone with a variety of photographic features. It has a Single Take mode feature that allows users to capture up to 10 photos and videos in a single tap. There are also other features such as live focus, macro mode, and more.
Galaxy M-series Identical with large capacity batteries, the Galaxy M31 is no exception that comes with a 6,000 mAh monster battery like the recently launched Realme C15 smartphone.
The Galaxy M31s battery which is big enough will certainly allow users to do exciting activities without limits all day long. Charging will also be faster thanks to the presence of 25W fast charging technology.
Samsung Galaxy M31s is the first Galaxy M-series smartphone that has 25W fast charging support. There is also a Teverse Charging feature that allows it to power other gadgets.
The Galaxy M31s still rely on the Exynos 9611 chipset like its siblings accompanied by a choice of RAM between 6GB or 8GB and 128GB of internal storage which can still be expanded up to 512GB via a microSD card slot.
Other specifications provided include a fingerprint sensor that is installed on the side for security in addition to relying on the fast face unlock feature, and it runs on the OneUI 2.1 interface based on the Android 10 operating system.