The Samsung Galaxy M30s made headlines throughout the week and it seems an official announcement isn't too far away as the smartphone has received Android certification from Google.
The Galaxy M30s has been listed on Google's Enterprise Recommended devices website and the listing confirms a few specs of the smartphone.
The M30s will sport a 6.4" display which is likely to have a 1080p resolution. The smartphone runs Android Pie and has 4GB RAM. It will come in two storage options - 64GB and 128GB.
The listing also confirms the presence of a fingerprint scanner, which from previous leaks we know is located on the back. The M30s doesn't have NFC support, though.
The listing doesn't include an image of the M30s, but thanks to recently leaked renders, we know it will have a notched display and a triple camera setup on the back with a 48MP main unit.
The Galaxy M30s is expected to have an Exynos 9610 SoC at the helm, but we've heard rumors about an Exynos 9611 chip as well. A 6,000 mAh battery is also up there on the rumored specsheet.
The M30s is said to launch in India next month with a price somewhere between INR15,000 ($210/€190) and INR20,000 ($280/€255).