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The Samsung Galaxy S10+ Prism Silver edition is headed to a new market

The Galaxy S10+ Prism Silver is only available in a handful of markets. (Source: 9to5Google)
The Galaxy S10+ Prism Silver is only available in a handful of markets. (Source: 9to5Google)
According to a new report, Samsung will release the Galaxy S10+ in its Prism Silver color option to the Indian market soon. Furthermore, the Galaxy M30s will also become available for sale in this country. This new phone is a new, improved version of the existing M30.

The tech blog MySmartPrice claims to have been privy to exclusive information that the Prism Silver SKU of the Galaxy S10+ will arrive in India. The outlet could not say exactly when the new option for this premium smartphone would go on sale in the country, however. Based on current prices for other similar units, it is likely to cost about INR 58,990 (or about US$850) at least.

MySmartPrice also claimed to be able to confirm the existence of the Galaxy M30s. To recap, this phone (under the model number SM-M307F) was spotted on Geekbench not long ago. It appears to be a verison of the Galaxy M30, but with a different SoC and with a better chance of running Android 9.0 (Pie) out of the box.

The Galaxy M30s is also now rumored to come with camera improvements, at least 4GB in RAM and 64 or 128GB storage options. Otherwise, its specs should match that of its precursor. It is also now projected for release in India, as is indeed the pre-existing M30. To date, there are no solid indications as to how it will be priced at its launch.

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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-06-24 (Update: 2019-06-24)