Samsung may have a new, more powerful variant of the Galaxy M30 in the works
Samsung clearly pursues a strategy of covering as many aspects of the smartphone market as possible with as many devices as possible. To that end, it has set the Galaxy M series up this year, and festooned it with a number of new models that target a spectrum of low-to-mid-tier price points. The Galaxy M30 sits in the approximate middle of this slider, between the M20 and M40. However, it seems that even this is not enough for their maker.
A new device, depicted as somewhat similar to this phone, has recently appeared on the Geekbench database. Its model number is SM-M307F, whereas that of the M30 is SM-M305F. It is powered with the 10nm Exynos 9610, while the M30 is associated with the older, 14nm Exynos 7904. Therefore, it appears that Samsung may be preparing a new variant of the pre-existing phone.
The SM-M307F has considerably fewer Geekbench entries compared to the SM-M305F; however, these early data-points suggest that the former is faster and better at multitasking already. Those who have already bought the M30 may be disgruntled at these findings. Then again, it is possible that this putative "Galaxy M30s" is destined for different regions - perhaps those where other Exynos 9610-powered devices are successful, or may be in the near future.