5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Buy Samsung Galaxy M30

Samsung launched Galaxy M30 device a day before with the impressive features like Super AMOLED Display and triple camera but of course, it’s not the perfect device. It has some Pros and Cons so you should consider everything before you buy it.

Samsung Galaxy M30 is priced at Rs. 14,990 for the base variant which comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. The other variant which comes with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage costs Rs. 17,990.

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So, Here are 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Buy Samsung Galaxy M30. If the mentioned reason doesn’t matter to you and you don’t use those more often then go ahead get Samsung Galaxy M30 as it is a great device for some users.

Weak Processor

Samsung Galaxy M30 is powered by the Exynos 7904 which was used in the Galaxy M20. We also compared Exynos 7904 with some other budget chipset like Snapdragon 660 and Helio P70 but it’s not that powerful compared to other two.

Exynos 7904 gives performance equal to the Snapdragon 632 chipset. It’s not powerful enough like Snapdragon 660 or MediaTek Helio P70.

Android Oreo

Android Pie was launched back in August 2018 but still, after 6 months of launch, Samsung is launching a device running on Android Oreo. While other smartphones company in the same price launching their devices running on Android Pie. Well, Samsung should have given OneUI based on Android Pie on Galaxy M30.

Inconsistent Updates

Samsung introduced OneUI for its flagship devices in January 2019 after a long wait of 4 months. So who knows when OneUI will be available for Galaxy M20. Well, we heard some news that OneUI for M series is coming in August 2019. But I doubt if Samsung will be able to provide Android Q update or not.

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Boring Design

Samsung Galaxy M30 looks elegant from the front but the back design looks boring to me. It is made of the polycarbonate but there isn’t gradient finish like Realme 2 Pro or Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2.

No Notification LED

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I know this won’t be a big deal for most of the users. But, notification LED is very useful for some users. You don’t need to check your phone to see if there are any missing notifications or not. The company should have given notification LED at the bottom like Redmi Note 7 or Poco F1.

If these problem doesn’t bother you then Samsung Galaxy M30 is a great device. It packs a lot of features that their competitors don’t offer. I personally liked Galaxy M30 and can recommend to the one buying for regular use.