Samsung continues to update its budget lineup. It announces the Galaxy A31 model. The smartphone - at an affordable price - pleases with characteristics. Developers did not skimp on adequate "stuffing".
For example, pay attention to the rear camera. It is quadruple - this is rare. In a rectangular block there are 4 modules: 48 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP + depth sensor. You can hope for excellent pictures.
With self-portraits it's a similar story. Galaxy A31 offers a 20 MP front lens. You won't have to worry about the quality of selfies. In addition, the gadget is equipped with NFC - for contactless payments (indispensable in the midst of the pandemic coronavirus).
Another important point - the screen. It refers to the type of Super AMOLED and has a resolution of Full HD +. The diagonal of the panel is 6.4 inches. The display has a built-in fingerprint scanner. An unexpected decision for an inexpensive device.
Complementing the picture is a drop-shaped cutout. As for performance, the Galaxy A31 is equipped with an 8-core MediaTek Helio P65 processor. The chip is complemented by 6 GB of RAM (in the top configuration). For graphics is responsible gas pedal Mali-G52.
Works the phone for a long time. This is guaranteed by a high-capacity battery of 5000 mAh. Not every flagship has so much. A nice bonus - there is a fast charging capacity of 15W.
Another positive feature is the "fresh" OS. The Galaxy A31 runs Android 10 (with the proprietary One UI 2.0). Support for Samsung Pay service is claimed.
For storage of files and applications is a flash drive. Its capacity ranges from 64 GB to 128 GB (depending on configuration). Not enough room? A microSD card up to 512GB allows you to expand the capacity.
Internet is provided by a modem with Dual 4G VoLTE. Bluetooth 5.0, GPS/GLONASS, headphone output, USB Type-C and 802.11ac Wi-Fi complete the list. The product weighs 220g.
Unfortunately, Samsung has hidden the price. It is promised to be announced later. The Galaxy A30 was sold for $230 for its predecessor. The launch date will be announced in the near future.