The Samsung Galaxy M30s is priced at INR 13.999 (about $200) for the 4GB+64GB model and INR 16.999 (about $240) for the 6GB+128GB model.
Samsung sold record number (five million) of Galaxy A series phones in just 70 days, achieving $1 billion revenue. For selfies, the Galaxy M10s features an 8MP camera.
The Galaxy M10s also gets a larger battery.
While the official launch of the device is still hours away, earlier this month, full specifications of the Galaxy M30s leaked online. Let's check out how these phones compare.
Besides the gigantic battery, the Galaxy M30s comes with updated rear cameras, a new Exynos octa-core SoC, and updated UI based on Android 9 Pie. The back design also looks very familiar with Blue colour panel with pill shaped fingerprint sensor. Also, its camera module is wider tha usual, which is new. Unlike memory variants, the device is available in two different color options namely Stone Blue and Paino Black.
Unlike the Samsung Galaxy M30s, the Redmi Note 8 Pro has a quad-camera setup with 64MP main camera. The handset will come with 15W fast charger and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
The Galaxy M30s sports a 6.4-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity U display with Widevine L1 certification. It packs Octa-Core Exynos 9611 10nm processor with Mali-G72MP3 GPU. The internal storage can be expanded up to 256GB via microSD card.
The camera department is another major talking point of the Samsung Galaxy M30s. Galaxy M30s sports a triple rear camera setup with a 48MP main camera enabling consumer to click awesome pictures. The Galaxy A50s is powered by a 4,000mAh battery.
At 6,000 mAh, Galaxy M30s comes with big battery that can easily last for much beyond a single day.
Android 9 Pie with Samsung's OneUI running on top. It uses the 48MP Sony IMX 586 sensor together with the 8MP sensor and a 119-degree wide-angle lens. You would find a 16MP selfie camera housed in the notch at the top. Galaxy M30s nevertheless supplies a gradient and gloss complete. Galaxy M30s would boot on Android 9.0 out of the box.
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