Samsung’s Galaxy M series has proven to be quite successful for the company, generating well over a billion dollars just through online sales. The series consists of the Galaxy M10, M20, M30 and the recently launched M40. And now, a new report suggests that the company is working on an upgraded version of the M30.
It has only been a few months since the release of the original M30, which leads us to believe that the new phone may just be a slightly different variant of the existing handset instead of a full-fledged successor.
The new M30 has a model number of SM-M307F and the original Galaxy M30 has SM-M305F as its model number, so this can only represent a different variant of that device.
Currently, there’s no word on what improvements the newer version will bring. It might come with better camera sensors, more RAM, or maybe even a better processor chipset. That’s just speculation right now, though. The only other information available about this new device is that it will have 64GB and 128GB storage options, the same as the Galaxy M30.
New Galaxy A Variants
Rumors also suggest that we might be seeing new and improved versions of the Galaxy A-series later this year. According to the speculation, phones like the Galaxy A20S, Galaxy A30S and, Galaxy A70S are in development. The A30S and A70S are expected to debut in black, white and lavender color schemes.