Samsung’s M series devices are mainly targeted at markets like India, but some do make it to shops in Europe. Now, evidence emerges that the Galaxy M31 will be released in several European countries.
Galaxy M31 coming to Europe
Last year, Samsung brought its Galaxy M20 and M30 to a number of European markets, be it in limited quantities and through limited sales channels. With the unveiling of the brand new Galaxy M31 fast approaching, our friends at GalaxyClub reveal that this device, too, is headed for Europe.
Local versions of the Galaxy M31 are being developed for markets such as Germany, France, Italy, Spain, the UK, Scandinavia, and the Netherlands. Though we can not be sure the phone will ultimately be released in all of these countries, it is certain to make it to at least some of these, with Southern Europe and Germany being the most likely given the release history of previous M series devices.
Just recently, Samsung India took to teasing the launch of the Galaxy M31 with a huge battery and 64-megapixel main camera. The phone will share many of its main features with the M30s, including the 6,000 mAh battery, the Exynos 9611 soc, and the 6.4-inch Infinity-U display.
Galaxy M21 may be on the horizon too
Though the Galaxy M31 is likely to launch first, the Galaxy M21 may eventually make it to European shops as well. European iterations of that device, too, seem to be under testing at this moment. Details, however, remain scarce, so if you live in Europe and are looking for the Samsung device with the biggest battery, we recommend setting your sights on the M31 for now. Still, you will probably have to wait a bit, as the phone is set to hit Asian countries first, other parts of the globe following only sometime later in the year.