A day before Redmi’s launch, Samsung announced a new launch event. Samsung will launch a new M series smartphone dubbed Galaxy M30 on February 27. Samsung Mobiles India tweeted today and confirmed the launch date and some key specifications.
— Samsung Mobile India (@SamsungMobileIN) February 16, 2019
The Tweet from the Samsung mentions that 3X Powered so maybe they are talking about the triple rear camera or maybe talking about the performance. I am not completely sure so I’m leaving that question for you.
Samsung Galaxy M30: Information Leaked So Far
The recently leaked schematic shows us the first look at the Samsung Galaxy M30. From the front Galaxy M30 looks very similar to their siblings. It has Infinity V display which is AMOLED panel. A 16MP Front camera houses inside the notch. At the bottom, it has a significant chin which is common in the budget smartphone. The USB – C port is available at the bottom.
The back design looks very similar to the M10 and/or M20. It is made of Polycarbonate material and one of the available colors is blue. The Galaxy M30 to adopt the triple rear camera setup which house 13MP primary camera sensor coupled with 5MP secondary and another 5MP sensor. Below the camera sensors, We can see a single LED flash. The fingerprint sensor is right above Samsung branding. The Microphone is located at the top and the headphone jack will be available at the bottom.
Samsung Galaxy M30 is likely to sport 6.38-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display. The device is expected to pack Exynos 7904 chipset (could be wrong as the company mentioned 3X powered) which was seen on the Galaxy M20 device. The phone will be available in 4GB RAM + 64GB Internal storage. Furthermore, The storage can be expanded via a dedicated MicroSD card.
The battery capacity will remain identical like Galaxy M20 – 5000mAh and it will also bring the fast charging support. The device is expected to launch in March 2019 below the price tag of Rs. 20,000.
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