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Samsung Galaxy M30 with Exynos 7885 spotted on Geekbench

26 December 2018 3

Samsung's upcoming Galaxy M series is said to be a lineup of affordable smartphones with a focus on developing markets. It will be debuting with the release of Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30. The last of which has now been spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking website revealing a few of the details.

The listing shows that the alleged Galaxy M30 smartphone bears the model number SM-M305F. It is listed with Samsung's own Exynos 7885 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM. It shows that this will be a mid-range smartphone but there can also be a 6GB RAM option as well. On the software front, it is running Android 8.1 Oreo which is not the latest version but one can expect an upgrade down the line.


As per previous rumors, the Galaxy M30 is said to arrive with at least two storage options. These are said to be 64GB and 128GB variants and since it is Samsung, one can definitely count on having the microSD support. This is pretty much what is known about the smartphone but we can expect more details in the near future.

It is unknown whether Samsung will be launching these three Galaxy M series smartphone at the same event or separately. It should be noted that the Galaxy M lineup is said to be a replacement for the current Galaxy J, Galaxy On, and Galaxy C lineups. Although, we are yet to hear any official words from the company.


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Samsung Galaxy M30 with Exynos 7885 spotted on Geekbench
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DahliaSachi
DahliaSachi

It'd be apt to see even a 6GB RAM variant in the new M series. Samsung will be looking to offer something more than just having the same kind of specs that it currently has in its present series.

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