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Samsung has lunched it’s Galaxy M31s which remains the latest in Samsung’s line of all too similar phones.

It’s an obvious upgrade version of the Galaxy M31, which is similar to the M21 and is an upgraded version of the M30s. The smartphones appears almost same, with nearly identical specifications with a few bits swapped around, and have all been released in the span of a year.

Samsung Galaxy M31s fast review and specs

Now what’s the Galaxy M31s all about? Well, it seems despite the overwhelming similarity on paper, the Galaxy M31s appears to come with a different body this time around, even though it oddly doesn’t look all that different at first glance. But, there are lots of changes here that need to go through a fine-toothed comb. These changes are not consistent it depends on how the users decides. so they aren’t insignificant.

Just as named before, the Galaxy M31s is almost the same to the other two phones, especially the M30s, in terms of hardware specifications. The display, the chipset, the memory and storage configuration, most of the cameras, and the battery are all identical in all the two models. So, if you’re using a Galaxy M30s, there’s nothing big yuitro missing with the Galaxy M31s.

Samsung Galaxy M31s full specs
Samsung Galaxy M31s full specs

Body: Glass front, polycarbonate back and side frame Screen: 6.5-inch, 19.5:9, FHD+ (1080 x 2400px), Super AMOLED Rear camera: Primary 64MP, f/1.8 aperture; Ultra wide-angle: 12MP, f/2.2 aperture; 5MP f2.4 Macro camera; 5MP depth sensor; LED flash; 2160p@30fps video recording Front camera: 32MP, f/2.2 aperture Chipset: Exynos 9611: octa-core CPU (4×2.3 GHz Cortex-A73 & 4×1.7 GHz Cortex-A53), Mali-G72 MP3 GPU Memory: 6/128GB or 8/128GB UFS 2.1; dedicated microSD slot OS: Android 10; Samsung One UI 2.1 Battery: 6,000mAh, 25W charging Connectivity: Dual SIM (4G), Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac, USB-C; 3.5mm audio jack Misc: Side-mounted fingerprint reader, FM radio But for those who don’t own any of these phones, the Galaxy M31s could be an attractive proposition. We have a large, relatively high-resolution AMOLED panel, lots of cameras of varying focal lengths, and an absolute behemoth of a battery. Sure, it lacks some of the niceties such as a higher resolution display or a more modern Snapdragon chipset, but the Galaxy M31s is cheaper than phones like the OnePlus Nord and the Google Pixel 4a.

Keeping all this in mind, do your thinkspending your hard-earned cash on the Samsung Galaxy M31s is worth it?? Tell us below

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Tech gaints Apple unveiled four new devices this week – two watches and a tablet but none made it to the top of our trending chart

The Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max will have to wait till two months to hit the shelves. Surprisingly people are already asking about it.

The Poco X3 NFC comes down in second with the new iPad Air rounding up the top three. An amazing achievement for a tablet, but then it’s hardly a surprise that people want to check the first Apple A14 chipset device.

Read Also: iPhone 11 becomes the most sold phone in Q1 2020 at 19M units – Omdia

The Samsung Galaxy M51 is just behind, the two new Apple devices stoping it from repeating its second position finish.

Realme 7 Pro is now in fifth, ahead of the Redmi duo of Note 9 Pro and Note 9.

Samsung Galaxy A51 takes eight as the upcoming Realme C17 already cracked the top 10. It even outplaced the Sony Xperia 5 II, which just debuted the other day.

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Latest trailers: Your Honor, Chicago 7, and The Mandalorian

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Latest trailers: Your Honor, Chicago 7, and The Mandalorian

My weekend was more about the Star Wars kick sit view, watching The Empire Strikes Back, Rogue One, and The Last Jedi, keept me on seat till the great news of a new trailer for The Mandalorian’s second season came in.

Here’s the original trailer:

THE MANDALORIAN, SEASON TWO

Arriving hot on the stables, we have the first trailer for the second season of the wildly popular Disney Plus show The Mandalorian. The Child is back (aka “Baby Yoda”). Or, he will be back, on Disney Plus October 30th, with “stories of eons past.” No doubts it’s taken off from where we left off last season. Do the magic hand thing, Baby! So excited. Enjoy!

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YOUR HONOR

Bryan Cranston comes back to television (yaaaaay!) in a series about a judge whose son gets tuggled in a hit-and-run. Turns out the person his son hit and killed was the son of a local crime lord. Just how bad the Breaking Bad tables now looks?, Walter White. Your Honor debuts on Showtime in December.

THE TRIAL OF THE CHICAGO 7

We both have been anticipating this for a While now: The Aaron Sorkin-directed drama about the trial of a group of anti-Vietnam War protesters accused of trying to incite riots at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. Sacha Baron Cohen remains a supper choice to act as the activist Abbie Hoffman; the rest of the cast includes Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Keaton, Frank Langella, and Eddie Redmayne, so, you know, not newbies. The Trial of the Chicago 7 will be available for streaming and download on Netflix by October 16th.

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Realme 7 Ready For Full Review

How Realme managed to increase sales of their products during the pandemic remains facinating. Observing its latest lineup probably tells it will be able to maintain the momentum in the second half. One reason for that to happen is the arrival of the Realme 7 – a new phone with mind-blowing specs and an aggressive price tag.

We got one on hand, and here are our initial knowledge before we go through with our detailed testing process and full review.

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Our unit comes in with a Mist Blue color and it looks quite beautiful for a phone in these price segments. The back has a two-tone finish with the two parts not only differing in their colors, but also in the way they reflect light.

Realme 7 Ready For Full Review

The front is has a tall LCD, while the fingerprint scanner is on the right side. There is a single punch hole in the top left corner.

The phone support 30W fast charging, as seen by the charger in the box. Realme hasn’t announced a fancy name of the standard like the SuperVOOC 2.0 rebranded into SuperDart, but it is the familiar VOOC 4.0 technology. Realme promises a full charge of the ample 5,000mAh battery in 65 minutes.

Realme 7 Ready For Full Review

We are exploring the rest of the features it offers – everything from the camera to the to the display and its variable refresh rate capabilities. Stay around for the full review.

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