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Samsung Galaxy M31 Camera Test: Is worth the hype?

Samsung has finally announced the launch of its latest smartphone in the M-series, the Galaxy M31. The smartphone is equipped with quad rear cameras with a combination of 64-megapixel main camera with f/1.8 aperture, an 8-megapixel wide-angle camera with f/2.2 aperture, a 5-megapixel depth camera with f/2.2 aperture, and 5-megapixel macro lens with f/2.4 aperture. For the front, there is a 32-megapixel selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture. Here's everything you need to know about the cameras of Galaxy M31.

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Wide Angle

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Normal

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Front Camera: Daylight, Selfie

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Landscape

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Normal

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Wide Angle

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Close Up

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Macro

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Low Light, Normal

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Low Light, Night Mode

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Low Light, Normal

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Low Light, Wide Angle

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Low Light, Wide Angle

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Wide Angle

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Normal

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Front Camera: Daylight, Selfie

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Landscape

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Normal

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Wide Angle

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Close Up

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Daylight, Macro

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Low Light, Normal

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Low Light, Night Mode

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Low Light, Normal

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Low Light, Wide Angle

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Rear Camera: Low Light, Wide Angle

 

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