Galaxy A31 expected very soon

Last year, the Galaxy A series phones were a massive success. The Galaxy A10 was the best selling Android phone in 2019, proving how successful the then-new phone series was. The Galaxy A51 launched a couple of months back was 2020’s successor to the Galaxy A50, and now Galaxy A fans are waiting for more.

Top selling Android phone in 2019 is Galaxy A10

The Galaxy A10 was the best selling Android phone of 2019
At the end of last year, statistics for phone sales were released. For Android, the Galaxy A10 was the best selling phone.

This proved to Samsung that the A series would be a success, and therefore obviously showing the demand for it.

Galaxy A31 support guide published

Last year’s Galaxy A30
The successor to last year’s Galaxy A30 has been confirmed by Samsung.

Support pages for the Galaxy A31 have been published, at least on Samsung’s Russia website. Of course, this doesn’t mean it will be exclusive to Russia, it just means that Samsung are planning the support pages and have so far prepared Russia’s. Support pages for other countries are likely to appear soon too.


The Galaxy A31 is expected to have the same camera as the Galaxy A51 released earlier this year
A couple of months ago specs for the Galaxy A31 surfaced, and the camera is looking good. A 48MP camera is expected, the same one found in the Galaxy A51 launched early this year.

The battery is expected to be 5000mAh, so you’ll be getting through the day with the Galaxy A31 just fine. This is an improvement over the 4000mAh battery found in the Galaxy A30 of last year.

A recent benchmark has revealed that the Galaxy A31 will be powered by a MediaTek Helio P65 chip which is quite shocking considering no Galaxy devices in recent years have used a MediaTek chip, instead opting for Samsung’s own Exynos chip or Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chips.


The Galaxy A series features both low end phones aimed at those who only want the basics as well as higher quality mid-range phones with more functionality and power
The Galaxy A31 is expected to start at £150, but this estimate is based on the specs and the fact that the Galaxy A30 sold for a similar price last year. The lower numbers of the A series are known to be the low-end phones, so it is not expected to cost much at all.

The Galaxy A31 probably won’t stay unreleased for much longer considering the support pages are now up and the device has been benchmarked. It will also come preinstalled with Android 10 with the OneUI 2 interface, making it a good option for those who want a cheap phone that runs the latest software and guaranteed at least three years of OS upgrades.
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