Samsung had launched the Galaxy M30 earlier this year. Now the company is preparing to launch a new variant of the device dubbed as the Galaxy M30s. 91mobiles has obtained rear panel images of the device from pre-production tests from Samsung’s Noida plant. The live images reveal what the upcoming smartphone will look like.
From the leaked images, the Galaxy M30s is expected to feature a plastic body with a glossy finish and oblong shaped fingerprint scanner like the original M30. The phone will also come with a dual SIM support along with a dedicated microSD card slot. One noticeable difference between the Galaxy M30s and Galaxy M30 is that the rear camera module on the former is slightly wider and smaller. It hints at a dual camera setup instead of the triple camera compared to its predecessor. The bottom of the Galaxy M30s houses the speaker grill, USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The smartphone is expected to be available in three colour choices – Blue, Black, and White.
In terms of hardware, the Galaxy M30s is rumored to be equipped with a slightly faster Exynos 9610 processor instead of the Exynos 7904 chip that powers the original M30. The device is expected to come with 4GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage. Software-wise, the Galaxy M30s will run Android 9 Pie with One UI on top. Other specifications regarding the display and camera module are not known at the moment.
There is no official word from Samsung yet, but we expect the company to launch the Galaxy M30s sometime in August with a slightly higher price tag than the Galaxy M30.