Samsung Galaxy M30 To Launch In India on February 27 | Specs, And Price
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Just last month, the South Koren tech giant, Samsung introduced two new Galaxy M series devices, Galaxy M10, and M20. The M10 and M20 made their first appearance in India and even though the devices falls under the mid-range category smartphone, it offers incredible features at a very portable price. Now, however, the South Korean tech giant has decided to launch a sequel, the Galaxy M30 and it packs some interesting features.

With the Galaxy M30 being the newest member in the Galaxy M series, one would expect it to be an upgrade of the previous two which of course it is.

According to the teaser video share by the company on its official Twitter handle, the Galaxy M30 will launch with Samsungs new Infinity-U display. A 6.4-inch display to say and also, the device will have a triple rear camera setup (13MP main camera and two 5MP cameras) and a fingerprint scanner while a 16MP snapper will be mounted on the water drop notch on the front.

The Galaxy M30 will be powered by Samsungs Exynos 7904 processor which also powers the M20 device. There’s no word as for the OS but it is expected to run either Samsungs One UI or Experience UI based on Android 9.0 Pie OS. The device will come in two storage options, a 4GB/128GB and a 6GB/128GB option.

All this will be powered by a 5000mAh battery which is pretty awesome. The same amount of battery was installed in the M20 but the M10, however got a 3,400mAh which is also descent. Samsung is now putting big battery’s into its devices which is something it fans would really appreciate.

Lastly, the Galaxy M30 will be available exclusively to the Indian market via Amazon India, priced between Rs 10,000 ($139) and Rs 20,000 ($279). The price is super cool and this is an improvement we’ve always wanted to see from Samsung. If you’re for a better alternative to this device, you probably want to take a look at Xiaomi Redmi Note 7, the device is top notch.

So, what do you think of the new Galaxy M30 device? share your views and thoughts in the comment section below and don’t forget to subscribe for more update. cheers

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