Josephnero, 22 Dec 2019I'm really glad companies are moving to bigger battery capacity. Wish it had SD730 even if it ... moreM30s is a lower end phone, you cannot put Sd730 in it. This helps to keep the price competitive.
Bigger battery will increase weight of the phone and makes battery repair difficult, but at least the phone is cheap and disposable (so if the battery deteriotates, you can just buy another phone).
I doubt its bigger battery will increase the weight of the phone significantly and makes battery replacement more difficult. But at least this device is cheap yet disposable. At least the price is reasonable and the specs too.
This is basically an A50s for Rs 13,999 with an incredible battery, looking forward for the review, see if samsung can hold a candle in this murderous price segment and how it will be priced outside india, I think the india price is special since samsung is getting killed there.
I'm really glad companies are moving to bigger battery capacity. Wish it had SD730 even if it meant being a bit more expensive
Niw, 22 Dec 2019GSM arena is getting too slow with reviews especially of popular devicesPerhaps its Samsung who is slow to send them review units. Btw Will this launch in Europe?
This phone despite being sold in the UK via Amazon isn’t supported by Samsung who wouldn’t even honour the warranty when asked. I’d avoid buying this phone in the UK therefore- the battery life isn’t as astounding as some may make out.
I know it's a busy time, but please post soon as I'm waging between g7 power and M30s and I really need a phone almost asap :D