Samsung Galaxy M30s Live Images Leaked
Samsung is expected to launch a new smartphone in its online-only Galaxy M lineup. This device, purported to be the Galaxy M30s, will be an upgraded variant of the Galaxy M30 launched in the month of February. While a few key details of the handset, including some of its specifications, were previously leaked online; its design remained shrouded in mystery. Now, the images of the exterior casing of the Samsung Galaxy M30s has been leaked online, revealing how the smartphone will look like.
Samsung Galaxy M30s
The Samsung Galaxy M30s will be a mid-range offering from the company. Latest images of the exterior casing of the smartphone reveal it will have a plastic build similar to the Galaxy M30. The upcoming device will have a wider camera cutout than its predecessor and will have a similar fingerprint scanner placement. The right side of the handset will house the volume rockers; while the left is expected to have the power button. The bottom of the smartphone will have a single loudspeaker grille, USB Type C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
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.