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Samsung will launch the Galaxy M30 on February 27

Samsung Galaxy M30 official launch flyer (Source: Samsung Mobile India on Twitter)
Samsung Galaxy M30 launch flyer (Source: Samsung Mobile India on Twitter)
The Samsung Galaxy M30 is expected to arrive with a triple rear camera setup similar to that used for the Galaxy A8s, but it will have a notched Infinity-U display instead of the holed Infinity-O touchscreen used by its sibling. This handset should come with many features similar to those of the Galaxy M20.

Next week, Samsung will unveil the Galaxy M30 in India. The confirmation of the launch date — February 27 — on Twitter includes a few details that have been mentioned in most recent rumors concerning this upcoming Android handset.

The text of the aforementioned Twitter message reads the following: "Time to get powered like never before! Introducing the new Galaxy M30 with 3X power. #IM3XPOWERD Unveiling on 27th Feb. Are you ready?" The "3X power" part is most likely about the tri-camera setup — apparently identical to that of the Galaxy A8s — on the back of the handset, which can also be spotted in the image that accompanies the text.

In the display department, the Infinity-U display of the Galaxy M30 is also obvious but remains to see if this is an AMOLED panel or an LCD one. After all, even the Galaxy A8s has an LCD panel, same as the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20. The list of specs is also expected to include an Exynos 7904 processor, 4 GB of memory, a massive 5,000 mAh battery, and — unfortunately — only Android 8.1 Oreo-based software, although Pie should be made available as an update at some point in the future.

The Samsung Galaxy M30 is scheduled to be unveiled one week after the Galaxy S10 flagship, on February 27 at 6 PM (India's time). Stay tuned for the official details and expect a reasonably-priced, Amazon-exclusive device like the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20.


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Codrut Nistor, 2019-02-18 (Update: 2019-02-18)