Samsung Galaxy M30s vs Galaxy M30: similar design but more powerful processor
By Goraud Mazanec 2019-06-24 2959 0
The future Samsung Galaxy M30s appears in Geekbench
It seems that just a few months after its presentation, Samsung is working on a relay for its Galaxy M30, the mid-range mobile that has replaced along with others the Galaxy J range of the most economical mobiles in the Samsung range. The original model came to market with the Exynos 7904 processor, one of Samsung's most basic mid-range processors.
Now a new Samsung Galaxy M30s has gone through Geekbench, where it has shown a processor very different from this one, although it is still an Exynos.
According to Geekbench information, the Galaxy M30s, internally codenamed "samsung SM-M307F", is equipped with Samsung's own Exynos 9610 processor, which is eventually divided into single-core 1679 points and multi-core 5299 points. It will be equipped with 4GB memory and run the Android 9.0 operating system.
This new processor is the Exynos 9610, a high-performance SoC for the mid-range Samsung Galaxy M30. This processor of the SM-M307F comes accompanied in Geekbench of 4GB of RAM and Android 9. To give you an idea of what this new processor means, we have already seen it for example in the Samsung Galaxy A50. A processor that boasts artificial intelligence to provide the medium range of intelligent functions that until now were only available most of the time in the high range.
So the Samsung Galaxy M30s would take a big leap in performance over its predecessor, something key and vital in any type of smartphone. In this case we could also expect the large 5000mAh battery with which boasts the Galaxy M30 standard. The most normal thing would be that it also repeats its triple camera, with three sensors of 13 megapixels, 5 megapixels and 5 megapixels. The screen of the Samsung Galaxy M30 is 6.4 inches and has a Full HD+ resolution because of its long aspect ratio. So Samsung is already thinking of a replacement for its mid-range mobile, bringing it closer to the premium mid-range. And who knows, perhaps it could become the European version of the Sasmung Galaxy M30, to accompany the Samsung Galaxy M20 in the Spanish market.
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