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Friday, June 21, 2019

Samsung Galaxy M30s spotted on Geekbench, sports Exynos 9610 SoC, 4GB RAM

Samsung Galaxy M30s

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The Samsung Galaxy M series has received a positive response from Indian customers, and now the South Korean smartphone giant is considering to introduce the M30s smartphone, involving previously launched M series.

Since the company has successfully crossed its M-series wave in the market, it will now debut the Galaxy M30s, leaving the mid-range handsets behind M10s and M20s. Samsung has successfully managed to sell more than 2 million M-series phones in countries where these phones were already launched.

The recent Geekbench listing suggests that Samsung could introduce an upgraded version of the M30 handset, which is said could be the M30s. No official announcement has been made so far.

If the reports are to be believed, the M30s could come with Exynos 9610 SoC chipset instead of Samsung Exynos 7. It means the performance of the upcoming device is more efficient and multi-core-powered.

The listing has revealed the device model number and operating system. It states the handset bearing number SM-M307F, Android 9 OS, and 4GB RAM. The Galaxy M30 has 4GB / 64GB of internal storage, so the memory mentioned on Geekbench makes us believe that the M30s could come with the same storage capacity for the standard variant.

M30 has a weaker CPU speed as compared to M30s. Since the phone is powered by Exynos 9610 SoC, it means the CPU speed of the upcoming device could be better than the old model. Listing has revealed that M30s processor is clocked at 1.74GHz.

As mentioned earlier, the phone is an upgraded version of the M series, so the new phone could come with a variety of firmware and hardware improvements, including camera, speaker, display touch sensitivity and more.


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