The one brand that’s ruling the current smartphone market is Samsung. It is known to produce some of the best smartphones. With cutting edge technology and competitive pricing, Samsung Galaxy phones have become customers first choice.

There are some high-end Samsung galaxy smartphones out there currently, with the latest  Samsung galaxy S10 being at the top. However, a mid-range Samsung smartphone with cool new features, a marvelous display and an edge over the smartphone price listing, the Samsung Galaxy M30 is worth a look. Let’s dive deeper into the phone and find out about its features and where does it stand amidst some tough competition in the segment.

Features:

  • The new Samsung Galaxy M30 comes with Android version 8.1 also known as Oreo. Although it’s not the latest version of the Android (Android 9) it sure has its own set of benefits.
  • Bezel-less display with the total display size of 6.4 inches. That’s a lot of screen for a mid-range phone. Plus the notches are waterproof.
  • Samsung Exynos 7 Octa 7904 Octa-core Processor with 4GB RAM. Heavy games run smoothly on this device. The display plus RAM and process gives the user adequate gaming experience.
  • Triple rear camera. As if two cameras were not enough already, this phone is packed with 3 rear cameras including 13MP + 5MP + 5MP.
  • This phone can last you more than just a day even after heavy usage. The battery backup on this device is massive at 4000mAH.
  • The device has also been implanted with rear figure print sensor and face unlock. Such security at this segment is just mind-blowing.
  • Among its general features would be a dual sim and earphone jack (3.5mm).

Overall, the M30 from Samsung galaxy gives a tough competition to the other established brands in the same budget phone segment. If you are someone who is right on budget and cannot compete with the over the top building smartphone price lists, this phone is for you. Even for individuals who are into gaming and watching long videos, the phone provides ample RAM and excellent battery life. With every smartphone launch, the existence of the earphone jack is suspense. It looks like Samsung is nowhere near removing the earphone jack from its devices.

It is imported to understand that Samsung has been long in this market to understand its customers. Phones like the M30 would not work at places like the US but it sure does have a place in countries like China or India. The smartphone culture in these country is exceeding dramatically and more and more companies are penetrating the market with something new that will attract its customers instantly. Not only at the top flagship leave but there is competition in the budget range smartphone level too, to become a market leader. Placing your bets on Samsung Galaxy M30 would be apt.