Samsung Galaxy M30s found on Wi-Fi Alliance, running on Android 10. It is suggesting that the phone will soon get the Android 10 update.
According to the roadmap of Samsung, the phone will be going to receive the Android 10 update in April, this year. However, the phone is seemingly to receive the update ahead of schedule. If the phone appeared on the Wi-Fi alliance, it means that the arrival of the update is soon.
Moreover, the back camera module of the Samsung Galaxy M31 leaked. The leak also reveals that the phone might sport an L-shaped quad-camera setup with support to flash.
As mentioned earlier, the Samsung Galaxy M30s spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance with the SM-M307F model number. The phone prepared to run on Android 10, said to hold a firmware version M307F.001.
Indeed, the Samsung Galaxy M20 and M30 that were about to get the Android 10 update in January 2020 received the update by December 2019.
This information leads to the fact that Samsung is ahead of its update schedule. And Galaxy M30s would receive the update soon as well.
This year, Samsung is also planning to launch Galaxy M31. A rear camera module image of the smartphone leaked by 91Mobiles. The leaked renders suggest that the cameras of the Samsung Galaxy M31 placed in L shape. Also, the module seems to have five circular cutouts, among them four for the cameras and one for the LED flash.
According to the rumors, the phone anticipated to come up with 64GB storage, 4GB RAM, powered by the Exynos 9611 or Snapdragon 665 SoC AIE chipset. And the Galaxy M31 comes in black, blue, and red colour variants.
It is also rumoured that the phone will sport a 48-megapixel primary sensor regardless of the number of cameras.