Samsung Bangladesh has recently launched the very new Galaxy M31, the MegaMonster. The first and foremost feature of this smartphone – a monstrous 6,000 mAh battery – that has been designed to let users’ stream, play, and capture for longer than ever. It also comes Type C with 15W fast charging.
Galaxy M31 sports a 64MP quad-camera setup, capturing stunning pictures with depth, detail, and definition. The device features an 8MP Ultra-Wide lens along with a 123-degree field of view, allowing users to capture the world as they see it. It also has a dedicated 5MP Macro Lens to take close-up shots of objects that people love and a 5MP depth sensor camera lens for fantastic portrait shots.
A combination of these cameras has taken high-resolution photography to another level. The device is just as capable when it comes to video, with 4K video recording, hyper-lapse, slow-mo, and super-steady modes. Besides, it has a dedicated Night Mode for stunning low light photography. The 32MP front camera also supports 4K video recording and slow-mo selfies.
The 6.4-inch Infinity-U super AMOLED display combined with Dolby Atmos sound makes for an immersive and cinematic viewing experience.
Galaxy M31 is powered by Exynos, Octa-Core Quad 2.3 GHz processor + Quad 1.7 GHz and comes in the 6 GB RAM/64 GB ROM variant. The device comes with Samsung’s newest One UI 2.0 for faster performance.
Md. Muyeedur Rahman, Head of Mobile, Samsung Bangladesh, stated, “The Galaxy M series has proved extremely popular around the world among the youth and its newest addition, Galaxy M31, is set to continue that success. The Galaxy M31 brings innovation to where people want it most; a beautiful display, powerful camera, and massive battery life, and all this is at a very accessible price point. We believe that this smartphone will enhance people’s lifestyles.”
Galaxy M31 is priced at BDT 23,999 and is available in galaxyshopbd.com. Also, customers can buy this phone from retail stores when the government issues directives to open the physical stores across the country.