Samsung took the decision of cutting out a lot of names from its midrange section last year, only keeping the monikers that had A and M in them. That was a huge success for them, and the company is now planning to add even more units to the midrange market.
The latest that we are sure to be coming to this market are the Galaxy M11, Galaxy M31 and Galaxy A11, all of which have just been to the stables of the Wi-Fi Alliance for a certification. Of course, we don’t get much from this certification body, but we do know that all devices will have Android 10 on them out of the box.
The Galaxy M31 has been earlier seen on Geekbench with an Exynos 9611 chipset under the hood paired with 6GB of RAM, so that is surely going to be decent enough for budget users too. Finally, we know that the unit will also have a 48MP main sensor in line with supporting 12MP and 5MP shooters for wide and depth shooting respectively.
There is no release date for these units in the news yet, but seeing them get this certification means that they are as close as can be.