Just recently, Galaxy M30 – the third product from the Galaxy M series has apparently cleared FCC. Since then, we know that the device won’t lie under the curtain for a long time. It seems to be the case as Samsung has now officially revealed the launch date of the Galaxy M30. Well, it’s slated for 27th February – less than 10 more days to go from now perhaps.

Samsung India posted a tweet on its official Twitter handle with a hashtag – IM3XPOWERD. Samsung has been using the I’MPOWERD caption for marketing its new Galaxy M Series of devices. The Galaxy M30 is stronger than the recently launched M-Series devices – Galaxy M20 and M10.

While it’s not clear what Samsung meant by the term IM3XPOWERD, we believe it to be the triple camera setup on which one sensor is capable of 3x optical zoom. Highly likely, since Samsung is going to embed either the Exynos 7904 or 7885 on the device there is no chance of the performance being 3x better compared to the existing M devices, particularly the M20.

Samsung Galaxy M30 rumored specs

Speaking of the perks of Galaxy M30 over its younger sibling, then we could say as the Super AMOLED display and triple camera setup. The Galaxy M30 will be flaunting a massive 6.38in Infinity-V FHD+ display made of Super AMOLED. Another USP of the device is its triple camera. It’s expected that apart from the same main camera and the wide-angle lens has seen on the M20/M10, the M30 has an extra optical-zoom lens whose exact resolution is not known yet.

That said, in general, the device is reported to come in several variants starting with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage and going all the way up to 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. As per leaks, the handset would be equipped with a 5,000mAh battery and supports 15W Adaptive fast charging via Type-C 2.1 port. Pricing is expected to be less than ₹ 15,000 for the base variant and will be available both on online and offline stores.

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