It's not long since the debut of iPhone SE2, which you can call a rebranded iPhone 8 sporting the latest apple chipset. While the iPhone SE2 launched at $300 isn't at all a bad deal for people living in the USA, the statement might sound absurd for people living anywhere else in the world as the same iPhone SE2 asks approx $500 out from your pocket to own one. But it seems like Samsung is already ready to fill those budget-friendly pockets with its recently launched sweet device.
The device I am talking about today is the newest member of the A-Series family - recently launched Samsung A31. Samsung has recently unveiled the price of Samsung A31 in Korea, which starts at KRW 374,000 (approx $300) that roughly translates to INR 22,000, making it the perfect mid-range to own right now.
Samsung A31 comes with a Mediatek Helio P65 SoC paired with a 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage in its base variant. upfront, there is 6.4 inches 2400x1080p AMOLED display at 20:9 tall aspect ratio with an Infinity-U notch featuring a 20MP selfie camera.
Around the back, is a quad-camera setup consisting of - a primary 48MP f/2.0 wide-angle snapper followed by an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens with 123 deg FOV, a 5MP depth sensor for telephotos, and another 5MP macro lens.
Samsung A31 runs on Android 10, packs a massive 5000mAh Battery and comes with Samsung's Adaptive fast charging out of the box. For Bio-authentication, Samsung A31 has an in-display fingerprint sensor too.
The Samsung A31 is currently available to be purchase only in Korea. Available in 4 color variants - Prism Crush Black, Prism Crush Blue, Prism Crush Red, and Prism Crush White, Samsung A31 is currently being sold only through online retailers.
While there is no information about its International availability, Samsung could launch this device globally amidst the end of nation-wide lockdowns, which by anyways has halted the smartphone sales in almost every affected country.