A refreshed Galaxy M30s from Samsung has been making the rounds for a while, and we have more from the device now, all thanks to an Android Enterprise Listing. While this shows that the phone has been certified by Google, it also means that we could be getting it out there very soon.
From the listing, this device is billed to carry a 6.4-inch display which will have 1080p resolution on top of it. It will also come with the Android 9 Pie, sporting a meagre 4GB RAM under the hood. For a device that is supposed to carry options of 64GB and 128GB internal storages, we expected more from Samsung.
The listing further tells us that there is a fingerprint scanner (to be placed on the back), but the phone would not have support for NFC. Likewise, we know from other leaks that the screen will be notched – as is almost every other device coming out today – and the back will play home to a 48MP-leading triple camera setup.
Finally, this device will have an Exynos 9610 at the helm of affairs but some sections have said to expect the 9611 chip instead. While we are yet to confirm that, we also don’t know if the claims off a 6000mAh battery is true – but we would love to see something of the sort.