Leak: Samsung Galaxy M21, M31, and M41 Key Specs


We know that Samsung is going to enhance the camera experience and more with its current Galaxy A series and those updates will probably coming to next year's follow up versions of these devices. However, it seems that Samsung is going to improve its Galaxy M series of midrange devices as well processor, RAM, and camera-wise, at least according to the latest leak that have just hit the internet.

The devices in question are the Galaxy M21, Galaxy M31, and Galaxy M41. These smartphone names will reportedly be the official successors to the current Galaxy M20, M30, and M40 on the market.

Starting off with the Galaxy M21. It is said to be powered by Samsung's own Exynos 9609 processor alongside a 4GB of RAM. For the camera, it will have dual rear camera set up pegged at 24MP+5MP. As for the Galaxy M31, unlike the M21, this one will be equipped with Snapdragon 665 SoC as its processor, a bigger 6GB of RAM and a triple rear camera set up with the primary shooter being at 48MP. 12MP and 5MP will complete the setup. And last but not least is the Galaxy M41. As the naming suggest, this one will be the most powerful of the three thanks to its rumored Exynos 9630 octa-core processor, 6GB RAM, and triple back camera setup. In the camera department, report claims it to be mounted with 64MP primary camera, 12MP secondary, and a 5MP tertiary shooter.

These key specs were revealed by Sudhanshu Ambhore via Twitter. As of the moment, there is no way to confirm these leaks since we are still in the very early stage concerning these next-gen Galaxy M series. That said, it is much better to take these with a pinch of salt until everything is official. And
unfortunately, we still have to until until next year.



Both the Galaxy A and M series for this year have been two of the most best selling series from Samsung, and with that, it makes much more sense to have their updates next year be based on these current lineup. That said, we will definitely hear more and more as we approach to these phones' actual announcement date.

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