The Samsung Galaxy M30 is specially designed for millennials living on the edge and doing nothing to compromise. The Galaxy M30 is a 3X powerful smartphone with a beautiful infinity U cut a display, a triple camera setup, a powerful processor and a large 5000 mAh battery.
Samsung’s M series has already gone hammer and tongs at the sub 10K and sub 15K segments with the M10 ( Review ) and the M20 ( Review ) and now the M30 takes that aggression a rung up the price ladder. It checks the boxes on display, camera and battery and rounds out Samsung’s resurgent new budget portfolio.
If you liked the M10 and the M20, you’ll love the teardrop notch design on the infinity – U-turn display, but the 6.4 inches Super AMOLED display is the real highlight on this baby. This is the best display by some margin, on a sub – 20k – the colours are punchy, brightness levels are high, and its downright joy to consume content on this screen.
The triple camera set up does not disappoint with the good deal details in everyday shots and portrait photos, plus the 5MP ultra wide angle sensor allows for a unique perspective that is best reserved for landscapes/cityscapes. The life of the 5000 mAh battery is spectacular and goes easily into a two-day territory.
Specifications of Samsung Galaxy M30
- 13+5+5MP Triple rear camera and 16MP front camera.
- 6.4-inch FHD+ multi-touch capacitive touchscreen.
- 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory expandable up to 512GB.
- Android Oreo v8.1.
- 5000mAH lithium-ion battery.
Samsung Galaxy M30 price in India is Rs 14,990.
Final Words :
Doesn’t run the latest One UI with the Android Pie that we’ve seen on the A30, instead of Samsung has opted for the older Experience 9.5 UI atop Android 8.1 Oreo.
The internals matches the M20, which means that in the day to day tasks the phone doesn’t lag or stutter during the multitasking. That said, the Note 7 Pro (Review ) from Xiaomi easily outpaces the M30’s respectable but decided average performances.
Low light performances are average.