To improve its position against the Chinese market, Samsung launched the Galaxy M30s at the beginning of this year. Twenty thousand divisions were occupied by several Xiaomi and Honor models, all of which gave greater value for money than those that Samsung was offering. Consequently, a heavy emphasis was put on the online market for the Galaxy M Series.
When launched around Rs 15,000, the Samsung Galaxy M30s has become one of the highest-profile models in this range. AMOLED display was introduced by this smartphone and bag life provided. The mobile phone, called the Galaxy M30, has now been revamped by the Samsung. Does it strengthen the strengths of the M30 and correct its weaknesses? To learn more, we have reviewed the Samsung Galaxy M30s.
Features Of Samsung Galaxy M30s
The Samsung Galaxy M30s is a wonderful smartphone with many excellent features. The configuration is excellent for working hard. The phone has an awesome triple camera setup that can take sharp images. Here are some of the excellent features of the Samsung Galaxy M30s
- 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen
- Android 9 Pie-based Samsung s One UI software
- Samsung Exynos 9611 Processor
- 4 GB RAM and 64GB ROM
- 48 MP+5MP+8MP Rear Camera
- 16 MP Front Camera
- 6000 mAh Batter
- Fingerprint, Proximity and Ambient Sensor
Pricing Of Samsung Galaxy M30s
The Samsung Galaxy M30s is available in Opal Black, Sapphire Blue, and Pearl White colors at the following prices:
- Samsung Galaxy M30s (6GB RAM, 128GB ROM): This phone is available at Rs. 18,499
- Samsung Galaxy M30s (4GB RAM, 32 GB ROM): This is available at Rs.15,499
- A 6.4-inch Super AMOLED monitor with Full HD+ resolution and a waterdrop form notch for yourself-camera are available in the Samsung Galaxy M30. The 19.5:9 aspect ratio and the scratch-resistant glass is present on the Galaxy M30. A front and rear glass and a composite chassis are used. The handset has a scanner on the back. A USB Type C port and a headphone jack of 3,5mm are supported.
- The greatest increase in computing capacity in the Galaxy M30 is the Galaxy M30. The Galaxy M30s is fitted with Exynos 9610 chipsets that include four 2.3GHz clocking cores from the ARM Cortex-A73 Processor and four 1.7GHz clocking ARM Cortex-A55 CPU. The Exynos 9611 is much faster than the Exynos 7904 which was used in the Galaxy M30. The chipset also features the ARM Mali-G72MP3 GPU. The internal disk space is 4GB of RAM and 64GB. There is also a separate microSD card slot that can be used for data expansion. The phone runs the Samsung One UI App Android 9 Pie-Based.
- In contrast to the Galaxy M30, Samsung has improved its camera in Galaxy M30s. A 48MP main camera sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 5MP depth sensor is now included on the new unit. HDR, PDAF, and dual-LED flash are available. With a frame rate of 30 fps, the phone can shoot 4K images. On the front, a 16MP Selfie Camera with a fixed focus lens and a 1080p Full HD recording at 30Fps is used in the Samsung Galaxy M30s. Front and rear cameras will take photos with a blurred backdrop effect on this phone (also known as the bokeh effect)
- The Galaxy M30 is powered by the Galaxy M30’s same 6000mAh battery pack. It supports 15W fast charging through the phone’s bundled wall charge system and USB Type-C connector. Samsung names its variant of Adaptive fast launching. The dedicated dual SIM card slate, 4G LTE, WiFi b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, USB Form C, and 3.5mm Headphone Jack features in the Networking department of the Galaxy M30.
- The Samsung Galaxy M30s have a decent vision, and it was an enjoyable experience to watch stuff. It gets bright enough outside and we have no trouble with the readability of sunshine. The Exynos 9611 mobile power can provide a fast, secure experience. Without stutters, we could access the menus and start applications. The fingerprint scanner even unlocks the smartphone easily and does not need to be tried many times. Facial recognition is also possible and after a good scan, the smartphone is easy to launch.
- The Samsung Galaxy M30s has two Nano-SIM slots and is a dual SIM computer. The dual 4G, VoLTE, Bluetooth 5, WiFi 802.11ac, and widely used sensors are supported.
- On the opposite side is a Samsung Galaxy M30s which is fitted with a 3×4-megapixel main capability with an f/2.0 aperture sensor, an 8-megapixel wide-angle camera with an f/2.2 aperture lens, and a 5-megapixel depth capability. The first camera takes 12 megapixels as normal, but 48-megapixel shots can be taken by the toggle with the options for the aspect ratio. The Galaxy M30’s camera software is very similar to the Galaxy M and A Series smartphone we’ve used in recent years.
- There is a few bloatware on the smartphone, mostly just disabled. Yahoo, Netflix, Galaxy Shop, OneDrive, and My Galaxy are included in preinstalled applications. The My Galaxy app was the most spamming of the bunch, and all of its updates were disabled. The choice Lock Screen Stories adjusts the lock wallpaper of your Smartphone dynamically.
The Samsung Galaxy M30s is an improvement from the Galaxy M30. It conserves positive features of its ancestor, such as the crisp AMOLED panel, thus bumping a battery life of up to 6000mAh. The new Exynos 9611 SoC is better than Exynos 7904, providing output at the same price as other common processors. One field where Samsung could also do some work is the cameras on the M30s. We also found focusing slow and the camera output was less than normal in low light.
If your goal list is very high in battery life, consider the Galaxy M30. Interestingly enough, this telephone shares much hardware with the Galaxy A50s, which we tested recently, and the Galaxy M30s may have a much greater value if you found that model. When you consider the Galaxy M30s base version, the Realme 5 Pro um 14,999 (Review) and Redmi Note 7 Pro (Review) alternatives are fitting. The Realme XT Analysis provides greater prices if you’re able to pay for more ram and storage. The Samsung Galaxy M30s is still considered as one of the best smartphones to use.