The Galaxy M30 from Samsung is going to be the third device in the Galaxy M lineup and after launching its Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 devices, the South Korean Giant is all set to launch its next M series device in India on 27th February. The company has tweeted about the same from its official Twitter account and it also mentioned that the device will be available from Amazon India only.
There were leaks and reports about this device from a few days and now we have the official launch date. Although the company has not mentioned about the availability dates of this device it should be going on sale early March. The official tweet from Samsung India mentioned 3X Power which could be referring to triple camera setup on the rear. Recently the device also passed through FCC confirming that the launch of the device is nearby.
Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy M30 is said to be coming with 6.38-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-V display with Full HD+ resolution (2220 x 1080 pixels). There will be a V-shaped notch on the display and will have minimum bezels on all the sides. Under the hood, the handset will be coming with Samsung’s own Exynos 7904 chipset like its sibling Galaxy M20 and will feature 4GB of RAM along with 64GB of internal storage.
Samsung is also expected to bring another variant of the device while will be sporting a 6GB RAM along with 128GB of internal storage. It will come with a 13MP main camera sensor on the rear while there will be two 5MP cameras accompanied by an LED flash on the rear. On the front, the company has provided a 16MP selfie camera which also supports face unlocking.
The handset will be coming with the support for Dual 4G VoTLE bands and will be powered with a 5000mAH battery. Furthermore, the Galaxy M30 could be coming out of the box, with the latest Android 9 Pie operating system which we should know at the launch event. We need to wait for few more days to get all the information of the same at the launch event scheduled on 27th February at 6 PM. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more news and updates.