Samsung Galaxy M30s hits TENAA, specs show 1080p+ screen and 18W fast charging
The Samsung Galaxy M30s is sort of official – Amazon India has announced it will become available on September 18 and revealed some salient details. The upgraded phone has also appeared on TENAA confirming some additional features.
The phone will have a 6.4” 1080p+ Super AMOLED display with a 24MP selfie camera inside a teardrop notch. The chipset – likely Exynos 9611 – will be be connected to 4/6GB of RAM and 64/128GB storage.
Samsung Galaxy M30s (photos by TENAA)
The Galaxy M30s upgrades the camera of the Galaxy M30 with a 48MP main sensor and 8MP ultrawide camera and keeps the 5MP depth sensor. The M30 cameras are 13+5+5MP on the back, 16MP on the front.
Better still, the already large battery of the base model is expanded to a 6,000mAh monster with 18W fast charging. Samsung phones typically support 15W charging, including the Galaxy M30 (this could be related to the new chipset).
The Samsung Galaxy M30s will be unveiled in India next week, but it’s not clear yet if and when it will reach other countries.