Samsung Galaxy M31s is slated to hit the store shelves later this month, and a new report reveals that it will go up for grab in India on Aug. 6.
In addition to the new report, a series of fresh renders of the impending handset have surfaced online. If the recently leaked renders are anything to go by, the Samsung Galaxy M31s will house an L-shaped rear camera setup, with four cameras placed at the back and a hole-punch display in the front.
The Samsung Galaxy M31s is likely to be a successor of the well-received Galaxy M31, which was made available to the public earlier this year. According to 91Mobiles, the Samsung Galaxy M31s will go on sale in India on Aug. 6, reiterating that even though the phone may launch later this month, it will not be made available to the public until August.
The Samsung Galaxy M31s will be available on Amazon India, as well as Samsung India online stores, carrying a price tag of about 20,000 INR, which translates to about $267. Aside from divulging these details, the publication also shared alleged renders of the upcoming smartphone.
The phone seems to sport a rectangle-shaped camera setup, comprising four image sensors arranged in an L-shaped manner along with an LED flash. Upfront, there’s a hole-punch display with a cut-out at the top center. This is not the first time, the Samsung Galaxy M31s has leaked online. The phone was spotted on Geekbench listing bearing model number SM-M317F, and the same model surfaced on TUV Rheinland, as well as South Korea certification. The Geekbench listing suggests the Samsung Galaxy M31s is likely to pack the Exynos 9611 octa-core SoC, coupled with 6GB of RAM. The TUV Rheinland listing suggests the phone could be backed by a 6,000mAh battery.