The Galaxy A31 was launched by Samsung a few months after the arrival of the Galaxy A30s, seeking to leave the South Korean always in evidence in the highly competitive market of intermediaries.
With its salty price of R $ 1,999 charged at launch in Brazil, however, the expectations for the model are well above what its predecessor had to face, and the time has come to start finding out if they are matched.
The device brings 5,000mAh, a milestone for the "modern" Galaxy A line (since the Galaxy A9 Pro had this capacity back in 2016), and together with MediaTek's intermediate hardware, exemplary autonomy for the niche is expected, rivaling in particular Motorola's Moto G8 Power and other Chinese competitors.
Our battery test is standardized, which will allow us to have a clear idea of how the Galaxy A31 performs side by side with its rivals. In it, we run several popular apps, games and services in timed cycles until the battery is completely depleted, giving a standby time between cycles so that we can monitor consumption in the background. Screen brightness and connection preferences are also standardized.
Are you curious to see how the Galaxy A31 performs? Then set the alarm clock and follow everything with us in real time from 7 am on Monday, June 1, Brasilia time.