Samsung is reportedly going to bring the Galaxy M30s to a handful of European countries, including Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, and the UK. The device will be identified by the model number SM-M307FN and should have the same hardware characteristics as the Galaxy M30s headed for India.
It’s unclear when the Galaxy M30s will hit the European market, but according to Amazon’s teaser page, the device will debut in India on September 18. In theory, the phone’s availability should continue to extend to other markets within the first few weeks following its debut.
Galaxy M30s likely headed to Europe
The Galaxy M30s is one of Samsung’s many mid-range smartphones introduced this year. It’s a spinoff based on the Galaxy M30, sharing the same display characteristics and dimensions. Pricing details are unknown, but the M30 launched for around Rs. 15,000 ($210) in May and the Galaxy M30s should technically fit in the same price range.
The upcoming model is expected to feature a new Exynos 9611 chipset which is likely a renamed Exynos 9610 SoC with a slightly higher clock rate. The device should also carry three upgraded rear-facing cameras, but perhaps one of the most impressive characteristics is the generous 6,000mAh battery, which represents a record-high capacity for Samsung.