Samsung Galaxy M30 Alleged Technical Specifications

Samsung Galaxy M30

Samsung is preparing to renew the offer of cheap smartphones and, after the first rumors about the alleged Galaxy M20 with notch drop, new rumor on another model of the next Galaxy M series.

Now we have managed to get a few specifications to the brother of the Galaxy M20, the Galaxy M30. Especially in the European and Asian market, Samsung is currently having problems to market their devices, as more and more Chinese manufacturers like Huawei or Xiaomi, gain more and more reputation.


Samsung Galaxy M30 Specs

According to these advances, the Galaxy M30 should be based on a Samsung Exynos 7904 processor, accompanied by 4GB of DDR4 LP RAM and 64GB of internal eMMC memory. It would seem confirmed the rumour according to which the display is a unit from 6.38″ of the Infinity-U type – that is with oval-shaped notch positioned seamlessly with respect to the upper frame – with a resolution FullHD + (2220×1080 pixels), and seem also confirmed front camera from 16MP (F2.0) and three rear cameras, divided into a 13mp (F1.9) and two from 5MP (F2.2). It seems like the new M Series Samsung will be the first series that will be equipped with the new Infinity-U display, so a small notch.

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The weight, despite the 5000mAh battery, should not be excessive considering that it is only 175 grams. The size of the smartphone should instead be those already anticipated a month ago: 159mm x 75.1mm x 8.4mm.

The Samsung Galaxy M30 will arrive, it seems, on the market with gradient colors, precisely in the blue and black gradient.

It is good to remember that what is reported in the article is not based on official information; we must wait for the debut of the Galaxy M series to discover all the news of this new range of smartphones, designed by the manufacturer to try to offer something new in the segment mid-range and economic.

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