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Samsung is bringing its popular Samsung Galaxy M31s phone can have a 6,000 mAh battery and a 64-megapixel main camera.

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Samsung is set to bring a new amazing smartphone. This new smartphone maybe the Galaxy M31s. Samsung’s next mid-range smartphone Galaxy M31s may arrive later this month. This new phone will be the successor of Samsung Galaxy M31. The price of the new phone can be close to Rs 20,000. According to an IANS report, the Samsung Galaxy M31s smartphone will be available from August on Amazon as well as Samsung’s other retail platforms.

The phone will have a 6,000 mAh battery and 64MP camera Samsung Galaxy M31s smartphone can come with Super AMOLED Infinity O display. Right now, this display is coming in Samsung’s flagship range of smartphones. A powerful battery of 6,000 mAh can be given in this new Samsung phone. The phone will have a 64-megapixel main camera. Also, the quad-camera can be set up in the rear of the phone. That is, it will have 4 cameras behind it. Samsung launched the Galaxy M series in early 2019, keeping in mind the young users.

The company has launched 8 phones under the Galaxy M series
In the last year and a half, the company has launched 8 phones under its popular smartphone series. Samsung’s entire Galaxy M series, especially the Galaxy M30s device, has performed extremely well. Last year it performed very well in the online segment, which helped Samsung strengthen its position in the online segment. Samsung has recently launched M11 and M01 smartphones in its M series. The company launched the Galaxy M21 smartphone in the Indian market in the last quarter.

Analysts say the success of Galaxy M smartphones in India has helped Samsung increase its market share in the online s1egment. In addition, Samsung has sent evictions for its digital unpacked event to be held on 5 August.