Samsung Galaxy M30s Clears Wi-Fi Alliance Certification

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Samsung Galaxy M40 on Geekbench

Samsung continues to expand the Galaxy M series with iterative upgrades even as it works to launch a new M series refresh for next year. The Galaxy M30s whose back panel leaked earlier has been spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance today and the model number is SM-M307F/DS. Previous rumours have hinted that the phone will launch soon in India, however, it seems that the device might also launch in the US soon. The Galaxy M30s joins the Galaxy A30s which we also reported on the same portal today. The Galaxy M30s is a model that will bridge the gap between the Galaxy M40 and Galaxy M30 with slight tweaks and improvements. We can expect the handset to also show up on the FCC now that it has appeared on Wi-Fi Alliance.

A leaked back panel of the Galaxy M30s was leaked early last month and it showed a peculiar rectangular cutout for the rear cameras. The cutout leaves us intrigued about the camera prospects of the upcoming phone. The materials look likely to be polycarbonate as with other M series phones and there’s a USB Type-C port, and 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom.

Similar to the Galaxy A50s, it is believed that the Galaxy M30s will sport an Exynos 9610 SoC which could be a minor upgrade over the octa-core Exynos 7904 on the Galaxy M30. A Geekbench listing of the same model number revealed 4GB of RAM on the device. Leaks have also revealed a Galaxy M20s is in the works with an absolutely titanic 6,000mAh battery, the biggest of any budget phones in India.

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