Samsung Galaxy M30s confirmed to have triple rear camera, might pack massive 6000 mAh battery
Samsung is set to extend its Galaxy M series with the introduction of the Galaxy M30s. The smartphone is set to be launched in India in September, Zee Business Online has learnt and will come with a triple rear camera.
Samsung is set to extend its Galaxy M series with the introduction of the Galaxy M30s. The smartphone is set to be launched in India in September, Zee Business Online has learnt and will come with a triple rear camera. While the phone was recently spotted on Google Play Console, hinting at some of its features, we have now got the hands on image of the device which further confirm its specs.
The images confirm that the new Galaxy M30s will come in a new gradient colour. The images we have show the device in a mix of green and blue colours on the back panel. We are not sure of the name Samsung has thought for this colour.
Also, the images confirm the presence of a triple rear camera on the Samsung Galaxy M30s, aligned vertically, alongside a LED flash. Apart from this, the device will have also have a fingerprint scanner at the back. The Samsung Galaxy M30s launch date in India is not confirmed yet but it will be unveiled in September itself.
Earlier, the Google Play Console listing of the phone had revealed several details about the device, including resolution, software, chipset, and RAM. It suggested that the phone will be powered by Exynos 9610 chipset and will feature an FHD+ display with a (1080 x 2,340 pixel) resolution. The leak also suggests the Exynos 9611 SoC will be coupled with 4GB of RAM. It will be interesting to see how accurate this listing turns out to be.
Meanwhile, another report had claimed that the device would pack a 6,000 mAh battery. The phone should be priced at less than Rs 20,000. However, the official price would be known once the M30s is launched in India.
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