“Samsung Galaxy M30s is expected to be available in Black, Blue, and White colour options at launch”
At this point, it’s already known that Samsung is working on the mid-range Galaxy M30s smartphone. The handset was earlier spotted on Geekbench, suggest the launch might be imminent. The listing revealed that the phone could be equipped with 4GB of RAM, powered by the in-house Exynos 9610 SoC, and boot Android 9.0 Pie. Now, according to MySmartPrice, the Galaxy M30s will be available in Black, Blue, and White colour options at the time of launch. In comparison, the regular Galaxy M30 was only available in Black and Blue colours.
The report also mentions the Galaxy M30s smartphone will be launching in India and a few other markets “soon.” Furthermore, the report claims that Samsung will also be launching the Prism White variant of the Galaxy S10+, that was introduced in few markets.
A few days ago, it was reported that Samsung will launch a new variant of the Galaxy M30, with model number Sm-M307F. It was later dubbed as Galaxy M30s. A Geekbench listing last week revealed the handset will be powered by the octa-core 1.74GHz Exynos 9610 SoC, 4GB RAM, and Android 9 Pie software. The handset is also said to come with One UI 1.1 custom UI as well as 64GB and 128GB storage options. Media speculations also point towards triple rear cameras and 5,000mAh battery with fast charging support, though there is little evidence to support that. We should know more details in the next few weeks.
Separately, a new Samsung phone with the model number SM-A107F received FCC certification. While it is not confirmed, it could be an upgraded Galaxy A10. The budget-phone is likely to have a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor for security, a 3,900mAh battery, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a dual-rear camera setup. Unfortunately, no other information, including RAM, storage, processor, etc. is know at the moment.