Samsung is targeting the lower-middle segment with the new Galaxy M series, and the South Korean company is known to be working on an improved version of the Galaxy M30. Thanks to Geekbench, we know that the device will be called Galaxy M30s and it will bring some improvements over the previous model.
From the Geekbench list, the Galaxy M30s will carry the 10nm Samsung Exynos 9610 chipset combined with 4GB of RAM. Recently, another leak emerged in the form of a photo of the back panel of a device called the Galaxy M30s. When compared to the current Galaxy M30,” the Galaxy M30s looks to have a different camera cutout on the back, where it’s wider but shorter. This could indicate a dual-camera setup, not a triple-camera like on the Galaxy M30.
The Samsung Galaxy M30 comes with a regular 13MP camera with an f/1.9 aperture, a 5MP ultrawide sensor with an f/1.9 aperture and a 5MP f/2.2 depth of field sensor. Meanwhile, the Galaxy M30s seems to be missing the depth of field sensor and will come with two camera sensors.
While other elements on the panel look similar to the Galaxy M30. The SIM tray accommodates two Nano SIMs and a separate microSD card. The bottom has a USB-C jack and a 3.5mm audio jack.
Although it has not been confirmed, it is likely that the Galaxy M30s will still carry a 5000 mAh battery which is also supported by 15W charging. For the launch will arrive next month in India.