The latest Samsung Galaxy M30 sports a triple camera system, and extended storage.

It seems that the next wave of innovations in the smartphone arena will focus on expanded screen space and even more cameras!

Yes, some people still think that only one good phone camera is sufficient, but as things are going, 3 cameras might become the bare minimum.

Specifically, the latest Samsung Galaxy M30 launched in the Indian market. It will be exclusively sold only in online stores, either through Amazon India or via the official Samsung online store. If you remember, the same online-only launch happened with the older M10 and M20 models as well.

Samsung Galaxy M30: Price and Data Plans
Beginning on March 7, you will be able to buy Samsung Galaxy M30 at Rs 17,990 or Rs 14,990, depending on the storage option. The cheaper version will offer you 4 GB RAM/64GB, while the more expensive version will almost double the storage at 6 GB RAM/128GB. Frankly, it is hard to envision a common use scenario where you will need more than 64GB of storage.

Furthermore, if you happen to be a Reliance Jio customer, you will enjoy a double data bundle with Rs 198 and Rs 299 data plans.

Samsung Galaxy M30: Detailed Specifications
Along with an extra camera, Samsung Galaxy M30 comes with a large 6.3-inch full HD+ resolution screen, which has the nifty Infinity-U notch on the front for the selfie camera. The power behind the latest model is the Samsung Exynos 7904 CPU, which has 8 cores, making it ideal for multi-tasking.

As for storage expansion, it has the capacity to go up to 512GB via regular microSD card. All 3 cameras are on the back side of the phone; the main one has a 13MP sensitivity, the second one has a 5MP sensor for image depth and the last one has a 5MP sensor for ultra-wide imaging.

Just like the previous Galaxy M20 model, the Galaxy M30 has the same 5000 mAh battery. However, the M30 has a Type-C USB port for extra fast transfers between your new smartphone and your desktop computer. Naturally, it hosts the latest stable Android Oreo 8.1, with updated Samsung Experience UI 9.5.