Back in the last month, we’ve seen a leaked image of the Galaxy M30s which suggested a dual-camera setup. Of course, this was a matter of perspective, and the handset will, in fact, ship with a triple-camera setup on the rear. Interesting enough, that means that the handset will ship with the exact same amount of cameras of the Galaxy M30.
In counterpart to the older model, the M30S will count with a massive upgrade. Instead of a regular 13MP main rear camera, the new handset will ship with a trending 48MP sensor. The report comes directly from India, and it further states that the Galaxy M30S will be released there as soon as in the next month.
The same source states that the M30s will ship with a new Exynos chipset that hasn’t been seen in the Galaxy M-series. This chipset will probably be borrowed from the Galaxy A-series. The A-series defines Samsung class of mid-range and premium mid-range devices. However, the Galaxy M-series is a more affordable budget offering. Getting back on the point, the M30S will also ship with an improved battery and fast-charging support.
Since it’s part of the affordable M line, the M30s will probably come in at under INR 20,000 (~$278/€251). If the report is accurate, we won’t have to wait so long for more details about the handset.