We’ve been seeing several leaks about the Galaxy M30s throughout the week. We discovered the battery capacity, got a glimpse of the blue-green finish as well as the triple-rear camera setup in the back. Now, it’s time for no other company than Google to reveal additional tidbits about the handset. We’re getting to the point that there’s almost nothing left to the imagination.
The Galaxy M30s has just been listed on Google’s Android Enterprise Recommended devices website. Interesting enough, the listing confirms a few specs of the smartphone. The Galaxy M30s will ship with a 6.4-inch display which is likely to come with an FHD+ resolution. The handset will ship with Android 10 Pie and OneUI and there’s 4GB of RAM for multitasking purposes. The M30s will come in two storage flavors – 64GB and 128GB.
The listing also confirms the presence of a fingerprint scanner. This isn’t a surprise, after all, we’ve already seen this scanner thanks to the leaked press renders of the handset. While we don’t think that anyone is waiting for it, NFC support won’t be among the Galaxy M30s features.
Google’s website doesn’t list every spec of the device, but we already know that it will have a triple-camera setup on the back with a 48MP snapper leading the way. On the front, we expect a notch at display’s top comprising the selfie snapper. The processing power will be given by the Exynos 9610, but rumors are also hinting the Exynos 9611. Everything will be fueled by a massive 6,000mAh battery.
According to reports, the Samsung Galaxy M30s is said to launch in India next month with a price somewhere between INR15,000 ($210/€190) and INR20,000 ($280/€255).