The world of smartphones with a plethora of mind-boggling devices is ready to say goodbye to 2020. However, 2021 can clearly be seen with a handsome range of entirely-baked and features-enriched devices with unique designs, a large number of rear cameras, and better performance. The rumoured Samsung Galaxy S30 in Australia will be Samsung’s first and foremost smartphone in 2021 with significant improvements in terms of design, processor, battery, camera, and of course, display.
Although we’re getting close to its official release date worldwide, but we’re currently short on information as there aren’t so many solid rumours and leaks to believe in. Well, we’ve compiled a list of different rumours and suggestions here on this single page to get an idea of what will S30 be loaded with.
Display & Front Camera
The Samsung Galaxy S30 comprises the biggest 6.4-inches display, which is as gorgeous as its predecessor. The display is sporting a small punch-hole for a selfie camera at its top with a maximum resolution of 1440 x 3200 pixels with a pixel density of 548 PPI. Very much like its predecessor, it’s comprising a fingerprint scanner embedded on display. It has a refresh rate of 120Hz, and the display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 6.
Processor & Rear Camera
Samsung brings its flagship smartphones with powerful chipsets, and interestingly, Galaxy S30 is no different. This phone is said to be equipped with a powerful Exynos 990 Soc with up to 256GB of onboard memory and enough amount of RAM to take you through multitasking with ease. It’s running on One UI 2 Samsung’s custom Android 11, and optics-wise, Galaxy S30 seems to flaunt an impressive 16MP camera – partnered with a 64MP telephoto and a 12MP wide camera lens. The front side, on the other hand, is covered with a single 12MP camera for video calling and selfies. Besides, a rear camera configuration is capable of letting you record 4K videos with ease.
Battery & Others
Talking about its power, Samsung Galaxy S30 is rumoured to be loaded with a gigantic 4500mAh non-removable battery, which looks great on paper. The phone tends to be significantly power-hungry, therefore, Samsung brings a fast charging feature to get it charged in a matter of minutes and keep watching movies, playing games, and much more.
Alongside an in-display fingerprint scanner, Samsung Galaxy S30 will house all other mandatory sensors. And in terms of connectivity, it’s rumoured to comprise Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, A-GPS, NFC, and others. It’ll have a standard 3.5mm headphone jack too.
Release Date & Price
Normally, Samsung releases its S-series smartphones every year in February or March – therefore, it’s most likely that the Samsung Galaxy S30 release date will be somewhere in Australia in March 2021. The leaks, however, have confirmed the January 2021 release date of Samsung Galaxy S30, S30 Plus, and S30 Ultra. Well, if January 2021 turns out to be real, it’ll be earlier as compared to what we’ve seen from Samsung.
As for Samsung Galaxy S30 Price in Australia, it’s most likely to be priced similar to its predecessor, Galaxy S20. The predecessor arrived with a price tag of AU$1440, whereas Samsung S20 Plus and S20 Ultra set users back whopping AU$1800 and AU$2160, respectively. Nevertheless, we saw a significant price-hike from Samsung S10 to S20, so it’s impossible for Samsung to come up once again with the similar price tag.