Samsung Galaxy M30 Review in Hindi, Samsung Galaxy M30 Review

While launching the Galaxy M series, Samsung had made it clear that this series has been brought for the youth. Chinese companies have been dominating this particular market segment for the last two years. In such a situation, with the aim of regaining its dominance, Samsung has launched the Galaxy M series. Apart from being aggressively priced compared to the company’s older handsets, the phones in this series come with notch display, dual or triple camera setup and larger batteries. If seen in the price segment of Rs 10,000 Samsung Galaxy M10 (review) is in the price segment of Rs 15,000 Samsung Galaxy M20 ,reviewAt the same time, Samsung Galaxy M30 has been launched in the price segment of Rs 15,000 – 20,000.

You already know that there is tremendous competition in the cheap phone market. In such a situation, it is very important to know how much power the Galaxy M30 has? Let us know…

Samsung Galaxy M30 design

Samsung Galaxy M30 The design is similar to Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20. The phone has a 6.4 inch AMOLED screen. The display has a teardrop notch, in Samsung’s language it is Infinity U display. There are very thin bezels at the top and a wide border at the bottom. Samsung has used plastic unibody in Galaxy M30 and the edges are curved to keep the grip good. Galaxy M30 has been made available in Gradation Blue and Gradation Black colors. We were given the Gradation Blue variant for review.

The power and volume buttons are on the right side. They give good response. We found that the power button was easy to reach but the position of the volume buttons was not. The SIM tray is on the left side of the device. It has space for two nano SIM cards and a microSD card.

Samsung Galaxy M30

At the top, Samsung Galaxy M30 has a hole for the microphone. 3.5 mm headphone jack, USB Type-C port and loudspeaker have been placed at the bottom. There is an oval shaped fingerprint sensor on the back. Its position is a little higher. For this reason it is not easy to access the fingerprint scanner. The phone also has a triple rear camera setup. The selfie flash is just below the camera module.

Samsung has given a large battery of 5000 mAh in this phone. Despite this, the company has succeeded in keeping the weight of the phone at 172 grams. You will get a 15 watt charger in the retail box.

Samsung Galaxy M30 specifications and features

The Galaxy M30 has a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with full-HD+ resolution. The screen is crisp. Viewing angles are good and there is no problem in reading the screen outdoors. There is a small notch here which has space for the selfie camera. If you don’t like it, there is an option to hide it by going to display settings. This brings black bars on both sides of the notch.

Display settings can be changed in Samsung Galaxy M30. You have the option to choose between Adaptive Display, AMOLED Cinema, AMOLED Photo, and Basic. We used Adaptive Display mode all the time. In this you get the facility to change the white balance and color levels.

Samsung Galaxy M30 SIM

Octa-core Exynos 7904 processor has been used in the phone. There are two variants of the phone based on RAM and storage – 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage, 6 GB and 128 GB storage. If needed, you will be able to use a microSD card up to 512 GB in both variants.

Connectivity features of the Galaxy M30 include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS. It has accelerometer, proximity sensor, gyroscope and compass. The Galaxy M30 has two Nano SIM slots. Both SIM slots support VoLTE.

Samsung Galaxy M30 Oreo

It will run on Samsung Experience 9.5 based on Android 8.1 Oreo. Our review unit came with the February security patch. In our opinion, Samsung should have provided OneUI based on Android Pie in this phone, like the Galaxy A30. Which is slightly more expensive than the Galaxy M30.

You will find many Samsung apps preinstalled. We found My Galaxy app to be spam. Because it was sending push notifications again and again.

Samsung Galaxy M30 performance, battery life and camera

The same processor as the Galaxy M20 has been used in the Galaxy M30. We expected similar performance. The phone never slowed down in normal use. We were able to multitask easily even with multiple apps open in the background.

The fingerprint scanner unlocks the phone quickly. You will also be able to unlock the phone through face recognition with the help of the selfie camera. Dolby Atmos is also a part of the phone, but it can only be enabled when using headphones. While watching videos and playing games, we did not find the sound coming from the loudspeaker to be that loud.

To see the gaming performance, we played PUBG Mobile on the phone. It ran at medium settings. During this time the graphics were balanced and the frame rate was at medium settings. We found that there is a complaint of lag in this setting. After this the graphics settings were smoothed. Now the lag issue was resolved and the game became playable. After playing PUBG Mobile for 37 minutes, we found that the phone felt hot to touch and the battery had dropped by 9 percent.

Samsung Galaxy M30 Cameras

The Galaxy M30 achieved very average scores in benchmark tests. Even if the performance does not go in the phone’s favor, the Galaxy M30 will be known for its strong battery life.

Its battery is 5000 mAh. Once fully charged, it lasts for a long time. In normal use, there was no need to charge the phone for about one and a half days. In the HD video loop test, the battery died in 17 hours and 4 minutes, which is more than the Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1. But
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro is even ahead of Galaxy M30. Its battery lasted for 19 hours 23 minutes. With the help of the 15-watt charger given in the retail box, you will be able to charge the phone’s battery 23 percent in 30 minutes. 46 percent charge in one hour and full charge in a little more than two hours.

Galaxy M30 has a triple camera setup on the back. It is equipped with a 13-megapixel primary camera with F/1.9 aperture, 5-megapixel depth sensor with F/2.2 aperture, and 5-megapixel ultra-wide angle lens with 123 degree field of view. A 16-megapixel sensor with F/2.0 aperture has been provided for selfie.

Samsung’s camera app is very easy to use. Toggles are at the bottom and different modes are at the top. The camera is equipped with panorama, pro, beauty, live focus, stickers and continuous shot.

Beauty mode lets you add beautification filters before taking the shot. You have the option to choose from a variety of settings yourself, or choose Smart Beauty to leave the responsibility to the phone.

The quality of photos taken with the Galaxy M30 camera was at the level of other handsets in this price range. Photos taken during the day were sharp and had a lot of detail. The phone is successful in focusing and getting the perfect exposure before taking the picture. Distant objects remain visible. While taking photos at night, we noticed chromatic aberration. In macro shots, we found that the phone is successful in achieving separation between the subject and the background. However, this phone was having trouble shooting red. Because it was aggressively boosting the raids. Due to which it looked artificial.

Tap to view full-size Samsung Galaxy M30 camera samples

Ultra wide angle sensor is used to capture wider frame. Since it does not have autofocus, it is best for landscape shots. There was barrel distortion in some of the photos we took. But to overcome this shortcoming, Samsung has given the option of shape correction in the gallery. But this sensor does not capture as much detail as the primary sensor.

We captured portraits in live focus mode. We were satisfied with the output. You can set the level of blur. The phone succeeds in keeping the subject separate from the background. Its edge detection is good.

The Galaxy M30’s performance in low light was average. There was less noise in the photo but there were grains in it. This is likely due to the aggressive noise reduction algorithm. Distant objects were not recognisable. This is common at this price.

There was no lack of detail in the selfie taken with the 16 megapixel camera. We also used Live Focus mode for the Bokeh effect. Despite having a sole selfie sensor, the Galaxy M30 achieved good edge detection. You will be able to record videos with 1080 pixel resolution from the primary camera. But due to lack of stabilization the output remains shaky.

our decision
Galaxy M30 is the third phone in Samsung’s Galaxy M series. The price of its 4 GB RAM variant is Rs 14,990 and the price of 6 GB RAM variant is Rs 17,990. This is one of the few handsets in this price range that comes with an AMOLED panel. We found that the larger battery was helpful. Cameras work well in daylight. But there is room for improvement in macros and low light photography.

We expected the Galaxy M30 to get OneUI based on Android Pie. But it was disappointing to see Samsung Experience UI based on Android Oreo. Considering the price, the Galaxy M30 is not a bad phone by any means. If you judge any phone only on the basis of performance then Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro Is an excellent option. by the way you Realme U1 ,review) And Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2 ,review) can also be considered.

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