Samsung Galaxy M30s Passes FCC Ahead of Release; Confirms 6.2-inch Display

Samsung Galaxy M30s

Samsung Galaxy M30s with model number SM-M307FN has gained the approval of FCC certification in the United States.

The FCC documents confirm the dimensions of the phone to be 159.1 mm in height, 75.1 mm in width and 165 mm in diagonal screen size which is 6.5-inches. The display size is 157 mm which equals 6.2-inches. The FCC report also has battery model mentioned as EM-BM207ABY which is already known to have 6000 mAh power.

Samsung Galaxy M30s

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Galaxy M30s Specs and Features

The phone is expected to have a 48MP primary camera sensor at the rear which includes a trip camera arrangement with a small LED flash and a fingerprint sensor at the center. However, the exact camera specs are not known yet. What’s known is that the display will be Infinity-U type and the screen will have AMOLED type display.

Though a few leaks confirmed the rear side of the phone, the front side was placed under wraps until Samsung India released an official image of the phone yesterday in its official Twitter account.

From the Android Enterprise listing, we know that the phone will have a 4 GB RAM variant and storage variants will be 64 GB and 128 GB. There could also be a 6 GB variant for the phone. The phone will be powered by Samsung Exynos 9611 octacore SoC which has 4 Cortex A-53 and 4 Cortex A-73 cores.

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A video teaser confirmed a couple of days ago confirmed the release date and battery of the phone. Samsung Galaxy M30s is slated for release in India on September 18 and it will be an Amazon-exclusive.