Samsung Galaxy M30 Review
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The Samsung galaxy M30 was announced in India on February twenty-seven with the #IM3XPOWERED hashtag pasted all over social media, indicating the presence of a triple camera setup on the back. We got the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage variant on our testbed in gradation B. Lue, and we got cracking with its tests. IT has a smooth rounded finish on all four corners and a back panel that's made completely of plastic.
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available twelve thousand, four hundred and ninety-nine Samsung galaxy M30 detailed review in the last two or so months, Samsung has announced a whole bunch of smartphones in India, including refreshed models in the Galaxy S, Galaxy A, and Galaxy M series. While the Galaxy S series continues to represent the Korean electronics company's flagship range, the Galaxy A and Galaxy M series are two very similar ranges that represent Samsung's mid-range smartphone models. Understanding the difference between the updated Galaxy A and Galaxy M series can be tricky, considering the similarities in specs and model names, but the latter seems to be spelling "mid-range" more clearly these days, what with the Galaxy A80 now advancing towards pop-up and swiveling cameras. The Samsung galaxy M30 was announced in India on February twenty-seven with the #IM3XPOWERED hashtag pasted all over social media, indicating the presence of a triple camera setup on the back. The phone was launched in two variants: 4GB RAM + 64GB storage for Rs 14,990 and 6GB RAM + 128GB storage for Rs 17,990. colourise options included were Gradation Blue and Gradation Black. We got the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage variant on our testbed in gradation BLue, and we got cracking with its tests. Read on to learn how it performed. Build and Design The build of the Galaxy M30 is quite similar to that of its A-series cousin, the Galaxy A30. IT has a smooth rounded finish on all four corners and a back panel that's made completely of plastic. To add a touch of class to it, Samsung has thrown in a two-tone gradient finish on the back panel; the blue on the back of the phone fades from light to dark gradually along the length of the phone. The result is a phone that both looks and feels good in the hand. Even without any case or cover on, the Galaxy M30 feels grippy in the hands.
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