Samsung will launch its Galaxy A31 in India at 2 pm today.
The company has given some information about the phone before its official launch including its battery, display and camera.
The price is expected to be around INR 23,000 (but has not been officially confirmed). This will be quite a premium compared to the Galaxy M31, which started at INR 15,000 (though recently you can get only 6 / 64GB version for INR 16,000). Both phones have some things in common, such as a 6.4 ”1080p + Super AMOLED display. However, the A31 has an in-display fingerprint reader while the M31 has a traditional rear-mounted reader.
Both phones have quad cameras with the same make-up: wide, ultraviolet, macro and depth. Although the M31 has a 64MP main sensor capable of capturing 4K video, the A31 has a 48MP 1080p camera. The M31 also has a larger battery, 6,000mAh vs 5,000mAh, but the A31 is slightly more compact and lighter. Anyway, the price difference may be due to a different configuration, i.e. we can only see the 6/128 GB version of the Galaxy A31 (but going from 64 GB to 128 GB is usually an INR 1,000 upgrade.