The upcoming phone “Galaxy M31s” is still unannounced by Samsung. But the phone is in leaks for a long time. In past days, the phone was also spotted on Geekbench. And now this morning the phone got its certification from the Japanese site “TUV Rheinland Japan Ltd.”
According to the certification, the application for certification is applied by Samsung. The certification has a model reference “EB-BM317ABY”. The letters “M317” point out that this is the upcoming Galaxy M31s. In the certification, it is mentioned that the phone will use a 6000 mAh Secondary Li-ion Battery. Moreover, the phone will also support 22.5W fast charging. The certification is issued on 17 June.
From previous information, it is observed that the phone is powered by the “Samsung Exynos 9611” chipset. The “Exynos 9611” is a 10nm octa-core processor with four Cortex-A73 cores clocked at 2.3 GHz and four Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.7 GHz. The chipset doesn’t support 5G connectivity.
On the Geekbench, the phone was spotted with the same processor and 6 Gigs of RAM. Some rumors also claimed that this 6GB RAM phone is equipped with 128 Gigs of Storage. The phone has scored 347 points on single-core and 1256 points on a multi-core test (Geekbench 5.2.0). It is also reported that the phone may use a quad-camera setup on the back.
The upcoming Galaxy M31s seem to be a little upgraded version of the previously launched Galaxy M31. Currently, Samsung has no official announcement of this phone. If any more news regarding this phone comes, you will be updated on our website. So stay tuned!