Samsung Galaxy M30S To Launch on September 18th – Industry First 6000 mAh Battery!


    Samsung seems to be gearing up for the festive season with aplomb! According to IANS sources, Samsung will be launching a revamped version of the Galaxy M30 under the M30S monicker. The phone will feature an all-new camera sensor and a few alterations to the general design.

    The M30 is a budget all-rounder.

    Let’s address the elephant in the room. To stay competitive in the budget market space, Samsung will be pushing out a new 48 MP primary camera sensor on the M30S to compete with Xiaomi and Realme, who’ve been in an all-out megapixel war over the last few months. The fact that Samsung is making an effort to stay afloat in a highly volatile market space by itself deserves appreciation.

    Low-Res leaked image of the M30S camera cutout.

    It looks like Samsung is taking a quite different approach as compared to the yesteryear J series of phones. They seem to know the pulse of the market space quite well now and the success of the M30 solidifies that fact further.

    Samsung is also teasing an industry-first improvement on the battery front, with support for a new breed of fast-charging technology. We wager that the M30S will most probably make the leap to a more significant battery capacity of 6000 mAH over an already excellent 5000 mAH according to recent leaks. Battery life will surely see a massive improvement!

    We hope to see Samsung innovate further in the budget market space and improve on an already delightful user interface that OneUI now is. It’s appreciable that features seen on its current flagships are trickling down to the budget level. Goes to show Samsung hasn’t accepted defeat just yet!

    As and when we get new leaks and updates you can be sure that we’ll be covering it with vigour. For now, stay patient until the phone launches on the 18th of September!

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