While we’re still waiting for the Samsung Galaxy M30 to arrive in Malaysia, Samsung is already in progress of making the fourth member of the Galaxy M family, the Galaxy M40.
The Galaxy M40 is expected to be the higher-end model in this series, and it’s already certified by Wi-Fi Alliance. Reports suggest that it will come with a Super AMOLED display and might even sport an in-display fingerprint sensor instead of a physical sensor.
The phone will probably come with 128GB storage though its RAM size is still unknown. It will also be the first Samsung Galaxy M device to be shipped with Android 9 Pie and is expected to be powered by either an Exynos 7904 or Exynos 9610 processor.
That aside, the phone is assumed to be similar with the M30 in terms of cameras and battery size. There will be three cameras spotted on its back, while it will come with a 5,000mAh battery that will support fast charging.
However, the price and the availability of the M40 remains unknown, though we are expecting it to first launch in India.