Samsung Galaxy M30s Is Being Manufactured At Samsung’s Noida Factory; Launch In August (Specs, Features & More!)

Samsung M30s is being manufactured at Noida
Samsung M30s is being manufactured at Noida

It is no secret that Samsung has been working on the Galaxy M30 series, called Galaxy M30s and had earlier announced to start its production of the same in India. Well, it has now been confirmed that the mobile giant has started the production process for its Galaxy M30s in it’s Noida facility.

Not just this, Samsung will allegedly launch its built in India version of Galaxy M30s handsets, next month. Since the manufacturing process is at its initial stage as of now, we can expect the said series to take time before launching out for mass production.

More on Samsung Galaxy M30s

The Galaxy M30s is said to look a lot like the Galaxy M30. Samsung is out with its online-only  Galaxy M series, which currently has four smartphones under it. Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30 and Galaxy M40. The latter being the most expensive one among the 4. These are all good low range phone with pretty decent specs.

The most premium one, Galaxy M40 reatils online at a starting price of Rs 19,990, while its younger version, the Galaxy M30 retails at Rs 14,990 for the base variant. It is said that the upcoming Galaxy M30s will likely bridge the gap between the above two. Expectations of the handset being an incremental upgrade to the Galaxy M30 seem like a sure thing.

Some Basic ‘Got to Know’ Specs

Speaking of design, the Galaxy M30s won’t have much changes. It shall too be equipped with a polycarbonate body with glass finish at the back and Infinity-V display on the front. Emulated with a triple camera module at the back, the handset will accommodate a center-aligned fingerprint scanner. It will also consist of a  Type C USB port and a 3.55mm jack (luckily).

Processor wise, the Galaxy M30s will have an octa-core 1.74GHz Exynos 9610 SoC ticking at its core, along with 4GB of RAM and supported by Android 9 Pie OS. The chipset is slightly better than the Galaxy M30’s 1.8GHz Exynos 7904 octa-core chipset. Not much has been given out about this handset.

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