Samsung Galaxy M30S - Review 10

Samsung Galaxy M30S – Review

The Galaxy Series From Samsung is a series everyone knows of it offers phones in almost every price segment from M10 series to Note10 they offer the smartphone in almost price segments.
This Review will be of their latest smartphone in the low mid-budget segment the Samsung Galaxy M30S

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So lets first start with the Look’s and design, they are not something which makes this phone exceptional in this price segment the notch drop display and a gradient finish back which is not made of glass but of polycarbonate but in this price segment this is very good, the build quality also seems very good and feels somewhat good to hold in hand the weight distribution is done right on this phone.
Next is the screen and as it is a Samsung device and at least one is common in every Samsung phone is the AMOLED display
this phone also has a 6.4 inch super AMOLED Full HD display and hell it feels good
the color, contrast, blacks, saturation everything feels and good and can easily be said as one of the best display in its price segment.

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Now coming to the performance the Samsung galaxy M30S is powered by the Samsung own chipset the Samsung Exynos 9611 which has 4 cortex A-73 running at 2.3 GHz and 4 cortex A-53 running at 1.7 GHz, coupled with 4/6 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB of storage, the performance is good and can handle all the apps thrown at it and is very good not normal day to day tasks, so no issues with the performance.




So next comes is optics, The Galaxy M30S has a triple camera setup with the primary one being a 48 MP wide lens with f/2.0 aperture, the second one is an 8 MP ultrawide lens with F/2.2 aperture and the third one is a 5 MP f/2.2 depth sensor, the performance is very good in daylight but kind of average in low lighting conditions but is acceptable
for the selfie’s it has 16 MP lens with an f/2.0 aperture and suffers the same fate as that of the primary camera.
Now time for the thing powering up this device the Battery, it has a massive 6000 mAh battery and in real-world performance will easily last for 1-1.5 days and in some cases may last up to 2 days.
It is running on the ONE UI and the user interface is good no issues there.
The fingerprint sensor is also pretty responsive.
Overall this phone is a very good option for a price of 14000 INR for the 4GB/64GB variant

Final Verdict

  • Good Processor
  • Good Camera
  • Good display
  • Feels good in the hand
  • ONE UI
  • Expandable Storage(no hybrid)
  • plastic back
  • no specified glass protection



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