Samsung’s dominance in the mid-range smartphone market, to say the least, is on its track. Among the mid-range lineups, the M-series has been a boost to Samsung’s sales in the Nepali market, all thanks to the Galaxy M10 and M20. Likewise, the company’s Galaxy M40 was already holding ground to some extent as well. And to join the race, the Samsung Galaxy M30s has officially arrived in Nepal. The phone is currently available online through Daraz and authorized retailers across the nation.
Talking about the specs, the main highlight of the phone is no other than the 48MP rear camera. The rear camera comprises of three lenses out of which the primary one is a 48MP sensor with f/2.0 aperture, the second being an 8MP ultra-wide sensor (with 123-degree field of view), and the last one is 5MP depth sensor.
Internally, the phone gets the job done with Exynos 9611 SoC, which is a significant upgrade over Exynos 7904 on Galaxy M30. The phone has two memory configuration: 4/64GB and 6/128GB–both variants support UFS 2.1 storage giving you those fast read and write speed.
Another impressive aspect of this device is the battery; the phone carries a huge 6,000mAh battery inside with support for 15W fast charging. That’s some imposing number to boast, but the huge battery makes the device a bit bulkier than its compatriot, weighing in around 188 grams.
Samsung Galaxy M30s Price in Nepal
After all bits and pieces, the main thing is about its price in Nepal. The Samsung Galaxy M30s starts for NPR 27,990 for the base variant, i.e. 4/64GB, while the 6/128GB variant will set you back NPR 33,590. The phone is available in three color options: Sapphire Blue, Opal Black, and Pearl White.