Samsung Galaxy M31 Spotted on GeekBench

Samsung Galaxy M31 Spotted On GeekBench

Recent rumors indicate that Samsung is working on the successor of the Galaxy M30. Apparently, the Galaxy M31, code-named SM-M315, may go on sale in the first months of 2020. In addition to the approximate release date. We learned some key characteristics of the smartphone thanks to its passage through Geekbench.

According to new information, Samsung SM-M315F will run on the Exynos 9611 proprietary chipset, which has a base frequency of 1.74 GHz. It was also indicated in the database that 6 GB of RAM will be installed in the smartphone. And the firmware will be One UI 2.0 based on Android 10. In the single-core test, the device scored 348 points, and 1214 in the multi-core test.


It has also recently become known that Samsung’s Indian division has already begun work on the Galaxy M31 and Galaxy M11 smartphones (SM-M115F). Galaxy M31 will arrive with the built-in data storage capacity of 64 GB. While the M11 is expected to show a more budgetary storage capacity of 32 GB.

The Galaxy M30 has proved to be a very tenacious device with a large battery with a capacity of 6000 mAh and an economical processor. Most likely, the South Korean company will retain this amount of battery in the Galaxy M31. Additionally, it is expected that Samsung will install a built-in main camera with a 48 MP main lens on the M31.