The phone comes after the South Korean technology giant Galaxy M31 and Galaxy M31s were introduced in February and July, respectively.
Samsung introduced the Galaxy M31 Prime Edition with one option in terms of RAM and internal storage space – 6/128 GB – at a price of 16,499 Indian rupees ($ 225).
The device comes with three color options: Ocean Blue, Space Black, and Iceberg Blue.
Amazon says there is a 64GB variant as well, but it was not mentioned in Samsung’s press release or on its official Indian website.
The new phone will go on sale in India from October 17th through the Samsung online store, the Amazon Indian website, and select retail stores across the country.
And Amazon Prime members get the chance to purchase it one day in advance.
(Galaxy M31 Prime Edition) shares the internal hardware and design with the (Galaxy M31), which means that you get an Exynos 9611 processor and a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen with FullHD + resolution.
There is a 32-megapixel front camera and a 64-megapixel primary lens.
The phone works with Android 10 with the user interface (One UI 2.1), andYou also get a fingerprint reader installed on the back, and a 6000 mAh battery with 15-watt charging.
In addition, the (Galaxy M31 Prime Edition) comes with the (Always On) shopping app from Amazon, which provides quick access to products via Amazon by swiping to the right through the home screen.
In addition, the smartphone comes with a special folder that contains popular Amazon applications, such as (Amazon Shopping), (Amazon Prime Video), (Amazon Prime Music), (Kindle) and (Audible).