It’s an open secret that Samsung is working on a bunch of M series devices that will go official sometime next year. And now a new report coming out of IANS suggests that the series will also include an upgraded variant of this year’s Galaxy M30. Aptly named Galaxy M30s, we now know what features are to be expected from this upcoming smartphone.
The main highlight of the upcoming handset — the main upgrade over the current generation, as well — will be the inclusion of a 48MP main sensor in place of the 13MP one. The M30s will reportedly retain the triple camera setup on the rear, just like the Galaxy M30.
Yet another massive upgrade comes in the power department, the incoming device is reportedly said to have a 6000mAh battery. For the sake of comparison, the original Samsung Galaxy M30 launched early this year has a 5000mAh battery under the hood.
Other than that, a listing coming out of the processor benchmarking platform Geekbench has previously revealed that Galaxy M30s will be powered by an Exynos 9610 chipset along with 4GB of RAM. However, it’s not clear as to how much of internal storage this device will have onboard.
The listing further suggests that the phone will run Android 9.0 Pie out of the box.
A few leaked pictures have earlier uncovered that the incoming device will feature a design similar to that of the current generation. It will come with a notched full-screen display on the front, triple camera sensors on the rear alongside a fingerprint sensor.