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Samsung Galaxy XCover FieldPro and M30s made official by Bluetooth SIG

The Galaxy M30s may not look much like this at all. (Source: Samsung)
The Galaxy M30s may not look much like this at all. (Source: Samsung)
Samsung has been rumored to bring out a second version of its Galaxy M30 smartphone for some time. A new listing in the Bluetooth SIG database indicates that this is in fact the case. A blog has also found a 2nd new phone from the same OEM: a potential 2019 Galaxy XCover.

Samsung may be releasing its Samsung Galaxy M30s soon. A new certification with the Bluetooth special-interest group (SIG) has confirmed that there is in fact a phone by this name. Despite the extra letter in its product name, the M30s may not exceed its predecessor in all respects.

This phone is thought to come with a stronger SoC compared to the M30. On the other hand, its rear camera count is also projected to come down from 3 in the pre-existing model to 2. However, it is also now linked to a particularly huge battery, which may be 5000mAh in capacity - or even higher.

Then again, we do now know it is not likely to beat the Galaxy M30 in terms of Bluetooth standards: it is headed for 5.0 all over again. On that note, this can also be said of a new phone of the old Galaxy XCover line. It has also been detected on the SIG's database, and is called the FieldPro; however, that is all that is known about the new ruggedized Samsung at this point.

The Samsung Galaxy XCover FieldPro and M30s' new Bluetooth SIG certifications. (Source: DroidShout)
The Samsung Galaxy XCover FieldPro and M30s' new Bluetooth SIG certifications. (Source: DroidShout)

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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-08-22 (Update: 2019-08-22)
Deirdre O'Donnell
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