Samsung continues to grow the new Galaxy M family. A few weeks ago we talked about the Galaxy M30s, a new mid-range device that will come to improve what is seen in the Galaxy M30 which features a triple camera and a huge 5000mAh battery. The filtering of the new Galaxy M30s has revealed that this variant will come to improve some aspects of the original M30.
A few weeks ago a test in a famous benchmarking program “geekbench” revealed that the terminal will have a more advanced processor. Now it has been the 91Mobiles medium that has had access to a good handful of Galaxy M30s data that allows us to get a slight idea of its possible design.
The first thing that draws attention is that the rear of the Galaxy M30s seems to be polycarbonate in a glossy finish like the original M30. In particular, it can be assumed that the main camera will be quadruple (so you can guess by the size of the space reserved for it in this back panel), we remind you that in the normal version of the M30, the camera included three sensors.
The filtered images reveal that the fingerprint scanner is located on the back of this terminal. In addition, it is safe to say that this smartphone will have a USB Type-C port and a headphone jack.
On the other hand, and thanks to another of the photographs published it is worth noting that the phone will have support for a memory card and two SIM cards. And that’s it … at least for the moment. The same source states that the terminal will arrive in at least two colors: blue and black.
No further confirmation on the hardware that, based on previous sightings, should include the aforementioned Exynos 9610 combined with 4GB of RAM, 64GB or 128GB storage memory configurations, and Android 9 Pie with One UI interface. Like other members of the Galaxy M line, the Galaxy M30s could initially debut in the Indian market – in August according to unconfirmed information – and then reach other markets in the following weeks.
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