Samsung Galaxy M-series was a long due refresh to the brand’s budget smartphone lineup. Out of the four phones in tow, Galaxy M30 (review) was a serviceable phone for its price but wasn’t big on hardware. However, there seems to be a new phone awaiting its release, christened the Galaxy M30s. It will have an ‘s’ suffixed to the name as part of Samsung’s new upgrade program.
Gladly, the key specs have already spotted on the Android Enterprise listing website, indicating its Android certification. And now, the phone has got an Amazon India dedicated microsite. Its launch is set for September 18, 2019, at 12 noon, which is just days from now.
Samsung Galaxy M30s: What we know so far
As per the listing, the M30s will sport a 6.4-inch display, possibly a Full HD panel. Unlock the phone and you will get Android 9 Pie-based One UI software. There is a capacitive fingerprint reader at the back, as evident from the renders.
Internally, you’ll get a combination of 4GB RAM, coupled with 64GB and 128GB of storage. As for the processor, an Exynos 9610 chip is speculated. It has four A73 cores aided by a much powerful and power-efficient Mali-G72 MP3 GPU.
The Galaxy M30s marketing punctuates its 6000mAh battery, which is noteworthy for sure.
Another apparent change is in the rear camera panel. It not looks different but crams better sensors. It will have a 48MP shooter roomed with probably an ultra-wide and depth sensor, like the M30.
Lastly, the phone is rumored to fall in the price bracket of Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 20,000.