The South Korean giant might be working on to introduce its next Galaxy M series handset dubbed as Galaxy M30. More than its Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20, the market has the demand to see this alleged handset. But with an image and specs leaking popping up from PriceKart makes us believe that this handset might be real. And Samsung could very well be introducing it in India. Let’s talk about the Samsung Galaxy M30 below.
Samsung Galaxy M30 design
The alleged sibling is believed to be offering a similar design language, the curved edges on all corners for comfortable handling. An infinity-V display on the front with a chin on the bottom. Coming to the rear, it seems to house a triple rear camera setup stacked in a vertical fashion. Plus the Flash outside the camera module placed just under it. There is a fingerprint sensor just above the Samsung branding. It seems to be offered in two colour variants, Black and Blue just like M10 and M20 phones.
Samsung Galaxy M30 specifications
The screen size is expected to be at 6.38-inch and it is reportedly going to be an AMOLED display unlike its siblings, both offers LCD display. The triple rear camera stacked on the back is believed to offer a 13MP + 5MP + 5MP
Setup. The front camera will reportedly have a 16MP resolution lens. This would mean a major camera upgrade on rear and front, both sides.
There are some dimensions mentioned regarding the device, the phone is reportedly be 159mm long and 75.1mm wide. Expect a USB Type-C port on the bottom edge of the phone. That’s it, these are the specifications rumoured in this leak.
The internals like a 5000mAh capacity battery, Exynos 7904 CPU, 6GB of RAM, and up to 128GB of internal storage is expected to be the part of handset specification.
What’s missing on the Galaxy M30?
There is no mention of the 3.5mm audio jack in the schematics layout of the Galaxy M30, which is quite discerning, to be honest. Let’s hope that may not be the case the Samsung makes its next Galaxy M-series phone.
Samsung has made its appearance felt hard with its launch of the M10 and M20 handsets in India under Rs 15,000 pricing. The biggest takeaway from the launch of this new Galaxy M series for Samsung and its users is that the brand has a lot to offer than just its premium smartphones in India. And that the company is willing to take the fight as it is still shy of being number one, because of its poor sub Rs 15,000 presence in India last year.