Samsung Galaxy M30s Colour Variants Leaked, To Launch In India Soon

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It was revealed a few days ago that Samsung is working on a new entrant in its online-only Galaxy M lineup of smartphones. This device was purported to be called the Galaxy M30s and is claimed to be an upgraded variant of the Galaxy M30 launched back in the month of February. The handset was leaked via a listing on performance benchmarking website Geekbench which revealed its specifications. Now information about the colour variants of the upcoming device has surfaced online. The report also claims the smartphone is launching in India soon.

Samsung Galaxy M30s
Galaxy M30s

Galaxy M30

The Samsung Galaxy M30s will be a mid-range smartphone from the company. Latest reports about the device reveal it will be available in three colour options, namely Black, Blue and White. Notably, the Galaxy M30 was available in the colours Gradation Black and Gradation Blue at the time of launch. It is also claimed that the company may also introduce the Prism White colour of the Galaxy S10+ to the Indian market soon. It is not known if the two aforementioned announcements will be made together.

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Past leaks of the Samsung Galaxy M30s reveal it will run on an octa-core processor with a clock speed of 1.74GHz. It is acknowledged to be the 10nm Exynos 9610 SoC; which is also present in the Samsung Galaxy A50. The chipset consists of an Octa-core CPU and the Mali G72 MP3 GPU. Also present in the handset is 4GB of RAM which is the same as the regular variant. The device runs on the current Android 9 Pie which is likely to be skinned with the company’s OneUI. Unfortunately, more details like the pricing of the handset are unknown at the moment but the sources claim that it may be closer to launch than ever.

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