Samsung is preparing to make a minor update of several devices in its current line. It has recently announced the Galaxy A10s, Galaxy A30s, and Galaxy A50s, with some interesting improvements over its predecessors. However, it is also producing the Galaxy M30s, which appeared today in renderings revealing its look, and is resembling another unannounced model.
It has already had some of its specifications revealed in recent days. But the renderings point to a slight change in the look, making it resemble the Apple iPhone 11R, to be unveiled on September 10th.
It would have a rectangular casing in the upper left corner that would house the three cameras on the left and the LED flash right next to the first camera. Check out:
Apparently the buttons are all on the right side of the smartphone, and the 3.5mm P2 headphone jack would be on the bottom of the phone, right next to the model’s Type-C USB port.
These images are all in line with previous cover leaks, for example, which indicated this large rectangle in the corner of the phone. Apparently it should be constructed of plastic and have that greenish-blue tone as one of the gradient colors.
Unfortunately, we don’t know what the front of the device will look like, but chances are it has a droplet notch, as we see on the current Galaxy M30. Either way, the brand could unveil the device during IFA 2019, which will take place in Berlin, Germany, in early September.
So far, it has not been revealed what Galaxy M30s possible market price will be. However, several rumors point to a price of around $280.
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