New Delhi: Samsung Galaxy M30 might have a successor as the company teased to launch a new device in India with a 64-megapixel camera.
The phone is tipped to be called the Galaxy M31, and rumours indicate it will come with a quad-camera module, with one of them being teased to be a 64-megapixel lens. The phone is said to launch in India alongside the Galaxy M31 the Galaxy M11, Galaxy M21, and Galaxy M41.
The three phones will form the new Galaxy M-series phones for 2020. The Galaxy M31’s launch also appears imminent as it had appeared last month on a certification website, the Wi-Fi Alliance. The listing hinted that it will bring with itself dual-band Wi-Fi support. Apart from this, previous reports suggest the phone could come running Android 10 out-of-the-box with One UI on top.
The Galaxy M30, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M10 were launched in early 2019. In September, the company upgraded the Galaxy M30 by launching the Galaxy M30s (review), its highlight features being its massive 6,000mAh battery and a 48MP primary camera.