Samsung’s next card, the Galaxy M30, has just emerged in a series of alleged leaks. With Samsung’s Galaxy M10 and M20 showcasing a change of direction from Samsung.
According to the leaks coming from the folks over at PriceKart.com the Samsung Galaxy M30 would carry the same design cues from the M20 featuring a full-view display along with an Infinity-V notch. Where the M30 would differ itself from the M20 is in its spec sheet.
The Samsung Galaxy M30 is said to pack a 6.38-inch Full HD AMOLED display, an Exynos 7904, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of internal storage. Additional details of the device include a triple-camera setup consisting of a 13MP + 5MP + 5MP array along with a 16MP selfie camera upfront. The device is also said to pack a large 5000mAh battery, similar to what we’ve seen from Asus’s Zenfone Max Pro M2 recently.
Pricing for the devices weren’t revealed. However, we could only speculate what price Samsung may set for the Galaxy M30, and by the looks of it, it seems like the Galaxy M30 may retail for around $199 given that the similarly equipped M20 retails for about INR 10,999 ($150) in India.
if true, the Samsung Galaxy M30 could absolutely shake the Indian market given the internals Samsung is offering here. Not only does it offer a large battery, but those beefy internals should satisfy even the most beefiest of Xiaomi users in the budget segment. Given how well the Galaxy M30 looks, let’s hope that’s the case when Samsung officially announced it within the next few weeks.