Samsung unveiled the Galaxy M31 just this February, but the company is now almost ready to introduce us to its successor. The Galaxy M31s is set to be revealed for the Indian market before the end of this month, according to a new report.
That said, it will only become available at some point in August. The Galaxy M31s is expected to sport a price tag close to INR 20,000 (approximately $265 or €233 at the current exchange rates).
The Galaxy M31 started at INR 14,999, but there is now a version of it with 8GB of RAM that goes for INR 19,999. Oddly enough, the M31s seems to be quite similar to the M31, at least if we go by a past benchmark run.
It appears to be powered by the same Exynos 9611 chipset and have the same 6,000 mAh battery. The M31s that ran that benchmark had 6GB of RAM, and storage is said to be 128GB. On the rear there will be a quad camera setup with a 64 MP main sensor. Its Super AMOLED panel however will have a hole-punch cutout for the selfie camera.