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The #MegaMonster path of Parineeti Chopra ends in the fortuitous Minicoy; the journey with the 64MP camera of the Samsung Galaxy M31 continues

If there is something exciting in social networks during the last days, it is the #MegaMonster trip of Parineeti Chopra with the prodigious 64MP camera of Samsung Galaxy M31. If, like us, you have been closely monitoring your Instagram ID to guess your destiny and win the monstrous Mega phone, here is a closure, it has finally revealed its destiny, it is the ‘island of women’ as Marco Polo called. Minicoy!

Looking at the sexy photos taken by Parineeti using his Samsung Galaxy M31 64MP camera, we assumed he would go to a white sand beach:

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After a series of teaser publications, Pari captivated us with a couple of dream pictures of the illusory refuge with which he was crashing. One look and no doubt the passion for travel will hit you so much that the next tab you open will be to book tickets for Minicoy, the capricious Lakshadweep archipelago. But wait, if you’re booking tickets, do it after February 25 because that’s when the Samsung Galaxy M31 will come out. Look, Pari’s marine stay looks so sublime due to the photos that his travel companion of the trip, the #MegaMonster Samsung Galaxy M31, has been taking. She has been using the versatile and best-in-class quad camera with a 64MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra wide angle lens, a 5MP macro lens and a 5MP depth sensor for optimal use. And following his posts, his fascination with Slo-Mo and the Hyperlapse mode is also quite evident!

And then he had published another track: a video of folk dance native to a specific place. Looking at the incredible settings and bright colors of this video, we actually forgot the guessing game for a moment and played it in a loop. And after we got over it, we did research on beach places where women with traditional attire dance holding clay pots.

We took a picture and assumed that it was somewhere in the south of the country, but we were not sure one hundred percent. So, we decided to wait patiently for more of their clues, which arrived soon.

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Admit it, no other phone in the market at this time can take a picture as impeccable as this. When giving the hint of his destiny, Pari managed to shoot along the entire lighthouse, broke the small postal stamp with the greatest clarity and put a bokeh effect to highlight the character of the place beautifully. Illustrations like these need gadgets that come with advanced technology to support their photography capabilities.

Well, now we know that Parineeti had been from island to island in Minicoy and was having a lot of fun.

When watching that video from another world, we think: with so much travel and social media activity to keep their fans interested, how did Pari manage to document this entire tour without running out of battery on her phone? Well, the answer was served in the form of a 6000 mAh mega battery of the Samsung Galaxy M31, which simply wouldn’t end even if you wanted to. It has an Internet usage time of up to 21 hours, talk time of up to 48 hours, video playback time of up to 26 hours and music playback time of up to 119 hours. It also recharges MegaFast and will not delay your plans.

That’s not all, the phone allows MegaBinge with FHD + sAMOLED infinity U Display that takes your visual experience very seriously. Imagine watching this video on a virtually bezel-free screen that covers almost the entire front of the phone as it extends from one end to the other.

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Yes, we all want our vacation photos to look so good. Then, the wise would wait for the launch of the phone before leaving to recreate the quixotic journey of Pari. The 25th of this month will be launched on
Samsung online store and all the leading stores, to what we hear, an unbeatable price! But of course, if you manage to be one of the five lucky winners to have guessed your destination correctly and win the #MegaMonster phone, we will not stop you from booking your Minicoy tickets immediately!

Disclaimer: This is a brand publication and has been written by the Times Internet support team.

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