A latest news coming from couple of YouTubers hint at Samsung planning something bigger in the successor of the Samsung Galaxy M30. The successor is slated to be called Samsung Galaxy M31 which is rumoured to sport a 64-megapixel primary camera sensor. The Samsung Galaxy M30 sports a triple lens camera module at the back with the primary sensor being 13-megapixel sensor. The upgrade from a 13-megapixel sensor to a 64-megapixel is a huge update.
As per the tweet shared by GeekyRanjit, the South Korean tech giant is planning something huge, as huge as it calls it a #MegaMonster in the teaser. The teaser shared by the techy Ranjit Kumar and YouTuber Technical Guruji shows one thing common and that’s #MegaMonster. The speculations are high that Samsung Galaxy M31 will not only sport a giant 64-megapixel primary camera sensor but also a giant battery.
Saw this image online. Seems like Samsung is coming up with something to do with a 64MP #MegaMonster. The details & when is still a mystery. Let's see what the successor to the M30s has to offer. @SamsungIndia can you throw some light. pic.twitter.com/La7YnDnW9K
— Ranjit (@geekyranjit) February 4, 2020
Since the brand is posing the smartphone with something mega, it is highly anticipated to encompass a battery with 5,000mAh power or more. As for the Galaxy M30, it packs a 5,000mAh battery. The teaser by the YouTubers fails to give us any date when the smartphone could be seen unveiling. Neither does the teaser show any other specifics of the smartphone.
As per the earlier rumours, the Galaxy M31 may be powered by a multi-core Exynos 9611 SoC coupled with 6GB RAM. The benchmarking site GeekBench was reported to have surfaced these details of Galaxy M31’s processor and RAM.
There is a possibility that the South Korean giant has strategically released it’s teaser using the popular YouTubers, rather than it’s own social media. However, we cannot confirm this beyond the doubt. Hence, it is advised to wait for something to sprout up officially to believe on.