Samsung has launched its Galaxy M20, M30 and M40 series, starting this year. They have been catered to the budget to mid-range smartphones segment in the country made by the Korean tech giant. Well, now it appears the company might be planning to launch their successors –– the Galaxy M21, M31, and the Galaxy M41 smartphones respectively.
According to a noted tipster on Twitter, Samsung is believed to be launching these new Galaxy M series and has revealed the specifications of what to expect from the upcoming Galaxy M21, M31, and the Galaxy M41 smartphones. With the prominent OEM makers like Xiaomi, Realme stepping up to the new 64MP primary camera on their phones, Samsung also appears to join the bandwagon, according to the new leak.
Yes, the Galaxy M41 is likely to be featuring triple rear cameras, out of which the primary sensor is believed to be a 64MP sensor coupled with a 12MP wide-angle camera — followed by a 5MP depth sensor. The leak further hints the Galaxy M41 would be featuring 6GB of RAM as well. As for the chipset is concerned, the Galaxy M41 is said to be powered by an Exynos 9630 SoC. Furthermore, the leak has also specified the details of the other two Galaxy M phones as well.
Featuring 4GB of RAM, the Galaxy M21 is likely to be powered by an Exynos 9609 SoC and is said to be featuring dual rear cameras comprising of a 24MP primary sensor coupled with a 5MP depth-sensing camera. And lastly, the Galaxy M31 is believed to be powered by the latest Snapdragon 665 SoC followed by 6GB of RAM. With 48MP camera sensor being the norm in most of the mid-range smartphones, this year, the Galaxy M31 is also no different, as it is supposed to be featuring a triple rear camera setup as well. Of which, the primary camera would be a 48MP sensor paired with a 12MP wide-angle camera and a 5MP depth sensor.
If these specs leak are believed to be true, then we could expect Samsung giving tough competition to the current Chinese manufacturers in the country, which are ought to release the similar speced smartphones, starting this month. Stay connected to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.