Samsung appears to be in a hurry to iterate on its current Galaxy M31 smartphone. Its successor, the Galaxy M31s, has been spotted on a variety of certification portals, the latest being Germany’s TUV Rheinland. A TUV certification means the product has been tested for safety and found to meet the minimum requirements of the German Equipment and Product Safety Act. 

Now, besides the certification itself, the database also suggests that the Galaxy M31s has a 6,000mAh battery which is the same as the Galaxy M31. We didn’t expect any big changes there either. Furthermore, the battery will support 22.5W fast charging, up from 15W on the Galaxy M31. This should make charging the gargantuan battery slightly faster. Apart from that, there’s the TUV Rheinland certification itself which means the handset is well-built and can withstand a good amount of wear and tear. 





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