It has been known for some time that Samsung is working on a Galaxy M30s. From the leaks and the company’s strategy for the ‘s’ variants in general, it was evident the M30s will be an upgraded version of the existing M30. Amazon India has now confirmed some of the Key Galaxy M30s specs on its website by creating a dedicated page for the upcoming device.As we reported previously, the Galaxy M30s will sport a mammoth 6000mAh battery, making it the largest Samsung has ever put in one of its smartphones. The Amazon page also hints at a 48-megapixel primary camera, probably the same one found in the A80. The teaser also contains images supposedly captured by the Galaxy M30s, although it doesn’t explicitly say so.
Amazon mentions “a new powerful processor” as well, which, going by the leaks and the benchmarks so far, appears to be the Exynos 9610 used in devices like the Galaxy A50. Adding to all of this, the Galaxy M30s was sporting a 6.4-inch display, 4GB RAM, and 64 and 128GB storage options when it was spotted on Google’s Android enterprise devices website a couple of days back.The teaser page for the M30s says the device will launch on September 18 at 12 PM. Amazon has been Samsung’s online partner for the Galaxy M series in India, and it appears the partnership will continue for the Galaxy M30s as well.