Samsung Galaxy A30s Specs Tipped by Geekbench Listing

Galaxy A30s

Only months in the wake of launching the Galaxy A30, Samsung is currently clearly in designs to divulge the Galaxy A30s. Another handset with model number SM-A307FN has been spotted on benchmark entryway Geekbench that is accepted to be none other than the Galaxy A30s. Remarkably, since the ordinary Galaxy A30 had model number SM-A305, it is genuine to conjecture the new phone as another Galaxy A30 variant. The Galaxy A30s is probably going to get some minor changes over the Galaxy A30.

According to the listing on the Geekbench site, the Samsung phone with model number SM-A307FN runs Android 9 Pie and is powered by an octa-center SoC, paired with 3GB of RAM. It is considered to make a big appearance formally as the Samsung Galaxy A30s. The listing was first spotted by MySmartPrice.

The SoC of the phone has been recorded as the Exynos 7885, however, it is probably going to be the Exynos 7904 SoC that is powering the Galaxy A30 as the different listing of the Galaxy A30 with the model number SM-A305FN likewise demonstrates the Exynos 7885 SoC.

Given the practically indistinguishable specifications, it is indeed hard to assume the contrasts between the recently recorded Samsung phone and the Galaxy A30 that was launched not long ago. Be that as it may, there might be some minimal changes in the new handset.

The benchmark listing demonstrates that the phone has gotten a single-center score of 1,322 and a multi-center score of 4,116. It is, in any case, safe to keep the decisions aside until the official launch.

To review, the Samsung Galaxy A30 touched base in India back in late February with a sticker price of Rs. 16,990. The phone got a value cut of Rs. 1,500 in May and is at present available at Rs. 15,490.

Nearby the Galaxy A30s, the talk mill recommends that Samsung has the Galaxy A10s as another variant of the Galaxy A10 in the pipeline. The handset with model number SM-A107F got a Wi-Fi certification. It additionally developed on the US FCC site as of late with dual rear camera setup.

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