Samsung, which launched the Galaxy S20 earlier this year, is now all set with information about its successor – the Galaxy S30. A number of leaks had emerged last week which suggested that phone has entered mass-production. Now, there is a new report which has revealed the design in its entirety.
The leak has come courtesy of tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer (@OnLeaks) who has gone on to reveal the design of the Galaxy S30 on his Voice page. Hemmerstoffer published CAD renders of the S30 which comes with a 6.2-inch display, hole-punch selfie camera as well as a slimmer bezels than what we had seen on the Galaxy S20.
Flip the phone, and at the back of the Galaxy S30, there appears to be a new camera module that extends from the phone’s outer frame. As per OnLeaks, the phone’s dimensions are 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9m. Now, if this information is true, it could well mean that the S30 will be slightly wider than the S20. The report also says that the Galaxy S30 could launch earlier than usual, which means that the phone will be introduced in January 2021.
The phone is also expected to be launched in three models and this includes a top-end S30 Ultra that features an S Pen stylus and new camera capabilities.
It is also interesting to note that this will be the first time Samsung will launch a new Galaxy device which will be close to Apple’s flagship iPhones. There will only one month between both the phones and hence, a January launch for the Galaxy S30 could essentially make choosing between the two.
Not only this, Samsung has also been working on a new pair of TWS earphones. They’re apparently called the Galaxy Buds 2 and are expected to be a sequel to the original Galaxy Buds which will be launched in 2019. Not much is known about these earphones, but then these will come with improvements on sound and water resistance.