Successful in the Indian market, Samsung’s Galaxy M line was able to quickly gain local popularity with more than 2 million smartphones sold in the country one month after its announcement.
The M family has four devices, but that does not mean that the number is definitive, since a fifth model was seen in the Geekbench and, according to the listing, it is an improved version of Galaxy M30, the Galaxy M30s. The appearance on the Geekbench confirms the rumor that has emerged in recent days .
With the model number SM-M307F, the device made 1,680 points in the single core test and 5,211 in the multi-core. By the listing, you can see some of the technical specifications of the future device: the future Galaxy M30S uses the Exynos 9610 chipset with 4 GB of RAM and runs the Android 9 Pie.
The numbers are slightly higher than the Galaxy M30 already released with model number SM-M305F, which uses the Exynos 7885 chipset. Rumors also point to improvements in the front and rear cameras, and the battery should remain at 5000 mAh. It is worth mentioning, however, that Samsung has not yet spoken about the mysterious smartphones, but more details are likely to emerge over time.
It is important to note that the models of the Galaxy M line are specific for online sales, allowing Samsung to work with a reduced price range.
Technical specifications – Galaxy M30
- Super AMOLED technology screen with 6.38 inches and FHD + resolution (2220x1080p)
- Display Infinity-V with a groove in drop shape
- Samsung Exynos 7904 Processor
- 4 GB of RAM
- 64 GB internal storage
- Three rear cameras
- 13 MP main sensor with standard f / 1.9 lens
- 5MP secondary sensor for f / 2.2 blur
- 5 MP tertiary sensor with f / 2.2 wide-angle lens
- A 16 MP front camera
- 5,000 mAh battery with fast charging
- Type-C USB connector
- Android 9 Pie running underneath One UI
While the Galaxy M30s are not officialized by Samsung, you can see our impressions about the Galaxy M30 in our review and also can track how the device came out in our official battery test.