Samsung Galaxy M30s render and specs surface ahead of its launch


Samsung is gearing up to launch a new mid-range M-Series in India on September 18. The device which will launch as the Galaxy M30s has been now leaked online revealing its design and certain specs.

From the render, the Galaxy M30s flaunts an Infinity-U display. The backside is a little different with rectangular shaped camera encapsulation housing three sensors and a flash. You can also see a rear mounted fingerprint scanner. All in all, the device looks gorgeous with minimal bezels.

As per the source, the upcoming Galaxy M30s packs a massive 6000mAh battery. Well, the info is nothing new as a Samsung teaser had spilled the bean earlier. However, what we’re getting new is the camera configuration. Accordingly, the device has 48MP (F/2.0)+5MP(F/2.2)+8MP(F/2.2) (Super Wide Angle) back camera System. Also, a decent 24MP Front Camera with features such as AR Emoji.

Moreover, the Galaxy M30s flaunts a massive 6.4inch AMOLED display. If that comes to be true, rest assured you will get immersive viewing exprience with the device. Powering the device will be the Exynos 9610 SoC that we’ve seen on Galaxy A50. As of other leaked specs, it has USB Type-C with fast charging support that can be used to recharge the massive battery which the device houses. The device runs Android 9 OneUI out of the box and will come in 4/6GB RAM and 64/128GB storage configurations.

The Galaxy M30s will be unveiled on September 18 in India. It’ll go on sale via Amazon India and the pricing is expected to be around INR, 18,000 to INR. 20,000 margin.



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