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Galaxy M30s TENAA listing discloses 24MP front camera among other key details

11 September 2019 0

Samsung has the Galaxy M30s affordable Android smartphone to launch on September 18. Majority of key details got highlighted by an Indian YouTuber earlier this month and now the TENAA listing is confirming a few.

The Chinese certification authority TENAA confirms that the Galaxy M30s has 24MP selfie shooter and the massive 6000mAH battery capacity has 18W fast-charging support. The device features a 6.4-inch full HD Plus Super AMOLED display and this goes in line with previous leaks and rumors. Furthermore, the device has 4GB/6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB onboard storage, but the SoC is unknown. However, it’s expected to be from the series Exynos 9 Octa processor which should be the rumored Exynos 9611.

The Galaxy M30s is expected to come running Android 9 Pie-based OneUI out-of-the-box. It is expected that the Galaxy M30s will pack a 48MP main sensor paired with an 8MP ultra-wide camera and a 5MP depth sensor on triple rear cameras module.

The leaked render of the Galaxy M30s has already shown what may come in terms of design. The leaked render highlighted the triple cameras on the back, all stacked in a sleek rectangular module. The fingerprint scanner is mounted on the back in an oval shape. The phone looks plastic but it’s still an appreciable device to buy.

In related news, Samsung also has the Galaxy M10s in the launch pipeline and it could come sooner. A recent user manual found on Samsung India website depicts the launch isn’t too far, but we still like the bet on October for its official unveiling. For this month, Samsung has Galaxy M30s to launch in the M-series and it also recently made new phones official from the Galaxy A-series.

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Galaxy M30s TENAA listing discloses 24MP front camera among other key details
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