The Final Name Of Galaxy P30 Is Decided To Be Samsung Galaxy A6s

We all know that a day back some of the industry sources came forward to confirm that Samsung Galaxy P30 Will Be Launched As Part Of Newly Expanded Galaxy A Series. Before that, it was believed that Galaxy P30 will be a part of Galaxy P Series. The industry sources have unveiled that Samsung will not be launching any Galaxy P smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy P30 & P30+ will be the part of newly expanded Galaxy A series. However, the reason behind this is still unclear. Recently, we came to know that the upcoming smartphone will be released as Samsung Galaxy A6s.

Samsung Galaxy A6s is the final name of the upcoming Galaxy P30

Some of the reliable sources have confirmed the information that the device which was previously known as the Galaxy P30 will actually be released as the Samsung Galaxy A6s.

Galaxy A6s will be made available to purchase in two storage configurations that will be 64GB and 128GB. Moreover, the smartphones will be coupled with 6GB of RAM. From the design point of view, the handset will feature an Infinity Display. There will be a glass panel complete with a vertical camera setup at the rear.

Reportedly, there will be no in-display fingerprint sensor on Galaxy A6s. The Galaxy A6s and Galaxy A6s+ are also expected to integrate the company’s in-house mobile GPUs. Samsung is also claimed to introduce a wide range of color gradients just like Huawei. However, we are not sure about any of these specs as there are no words about the phone by the company yet.

The Galaxy A6s is expected to go official on October 11 alongside the Galaxy A9 Pro (2018). Sales are expected to start shortly after the announcement.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy P30 Will Be Launched As Part Of Newly Expanded Galaxy A Series

Laiba Mohsin

Laiba is an Electrical Engineer seeking a placement to gain hands-on experience in relevant areas of Telecommunication. She likes to write about tech and gadgets. She's is known for her love for cats, music, traveling and exploring things.
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