Samsung’s new Galaxy M-line managed to quickly gain popularity selling over 2 million units in India less than a month after it was announced. The lineup already includes four phones, but according to a new Geekbench listing a fifth one might be coming shortly as an improved version of the Galaxy M30.
The device bearing the SM-M307F model number managed to push out 1,680 on the single core test and 5,211 in the multi-core department. The listing shows us that the phone uses the Exynos 9610 chipset paired with 4GB RAM and runs Android 9 Pie.
These numbers are a step above the existing Galaxy M30 (model number SM-M305F) which uses the less powerful Exynos 7885 SoC. Speculations also point to improved front and rear cameras while the battery is expected to remain at 5,000 mAh.
That’s all we have for now so we are waiting on Samsung to announce more details about the upcoming Galaxy M30s.