After several rumors suggesting major improvements in the Samsung Galaxy M30s, new images confirm the presence of these improvements, with the presence of an impressive triple rear camera.
I recall that this will be the successor of the Galaxy M30, launched earlier this year. This smartphone has become extremely popular despite having only one rear camera. So, with such a marked evolution, the Galaxy M30s can be expected to become even more popular.
What to expect from the design of the Galaxy M30s
Unfortunately, published images do not reveal the front panel of the smartphone. It is therefore impossible to confirm whether it will arrive with the same type of notch present in its predecessor.
As for the rear panel, in addition to the triple rear camera positioned in the upper left corner, a very unique photographic module is also confirmed. Contrary to what we see on most smartphones, Samsung has decided to place a large black rectangle that encompasses all three sensors and also the LED flash.
Still on the back of the smartphone is an oval fingerprint reader, and the Samsung branding below. In the image that shows the side of the smartphone, it is confirmed that it will have a rear panel with curved ends. Therefore, it is expected to be a very pleasant one-handed smartphone.
Another interesting detail revealed by this image is that, the Samsung Galaxy M30s will have a camera without any relief. That is, it will not stand out at all from the rear panel. This is great news, making it much harder to get damaged.
Alleged Samsung Galaxy M30s specifications
- 6.4 "inch Full HD + screen with U-shaped notch
- Exynos 9610 processor (Rumors also point to Exynos 9611)
- 4GB / 6GB RAM
- 64GB / 128GB internal memory
- 16 megapixel front camera
- Triple rear camera: 48MP + 8MP (ultra wide angle) + 2MP (depth)
- Back panel fingerprint reader
- 6,000mAh battery
- Android Pie, One UI
So far, it has not been revealed what its possible market price will be. However, several rumors point to a price of around € 250. Your presentation should take place during the first weeks of September.
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