Samsung has reportedly been working on a new variant of the Galaxy M30 budget smartphone that had launched this February. The new variant of the Galaxy M30, with the model number SM-M307F, has now been spotted on a benchmarking platform called Geekbench and is expected to come with Exynos 9610 SoC, 4GB of RAM. Samsung’s latest One UI-based runs on Pie right out of the box. It is supposed to be called with the same moniker as that of the currently available Galaxy M30.
The Exynos 9610 SoC, with a peak of 2.3GHz and has a more powerful GPU (Mali-G72 MP3), is an upgrade over the slower Exynos 7904 SoC that the current Galaxy M30 models carry.
The new variant of the Samsung Galaxy M30 is expected to have storage options of 4GB RAM and 6GB RAM, along with 64GB and 128GB memory options.
As for cameras, the new variant could include improved cameras both in the front and the back.
It is expected to be fueled by a battery of 5000mAh, similar to the one powering the current models of Galaxy M30, along with 15W fast charging support.
It is anticipated that Samsung will launch the new variant of the Samsung Galaxy M30 very soon in India as well as in other markets, in the color variants of Black, Blue, and White.
Other than this, Samsung has planned to bring to the Indian market the Prism Silver color variant for the Galaxy S10+, which was previously available only in a select few markets.