Samsung Galaxy P30 pictures confirm dual-camera setup, no in-display fingerprint scanner

Samsung Galaxy P30 pictures confirm dual-camera setup, no in-display fingerprint scanner
Samsung Galaxy P30 render based on leaked images

Ahead of its expected debut on October 11 at Samsung’s next event, the first images of the Galaxy P30 have been revealed thanks to a new certification listing in China.

Overall, it’s clear that the smartphone will follow in the footsteps of the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018). This is due to a number of design choices, one of which is the notchless Infinity Display which is present up front. Another similarity comes in the form of the rear look. Despite Samsung’s history of positioning camera modules in the middle of the rear, the company’s most recent devices have moved them towards the corner, and the Galaxy P30 is no different. However, unlike the new Galaxy A7, this upcoming device includes just two rear cameras. Also, it swaps out the side-mounted fingerprint scanner for a new rear-facing one.

Currently, there isn’t much information about the internals present inside this device. However, rumors have pointed towards either the Snapdragon 660 instead of the newer Snapdragon 670. The processor will then be coupled with 6GB of RAM and the choice of either 64GB or 128GB of expandable internal storage. Lastly, while the battery capacity is yet to be revealed, the device will ship with Android 8.1 Oreo straight out of the box.

As revealed previous, Galaxy P30 is not the final name of this device. In actual fact, it will launch alongside the Galaxy A9 Pro (2018) as part of the Galaxy A series.

source: TENAA via Slashleaks Image source: AllAboutSamsung


1 Comment

1. ijuanp03

Posts: 615; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

You say it looks like the P20? So be it. As if Huawei didn't copy a lot of Samsung, Apple and even HTC's designs. Ironic really they are now getting a taste of their own medicine.

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