Some Samsung Galaxy P30 photos have been listed onChinese certification agency TENAA. We reported a few days ago, that the device had been certified by the Chinese authority, 3C.
The Galaxy P30 (SM-G6200) photos show us that the phone has dual rear cameras placed vertically along with an LED Flash at the top right corner of the back panel. The device has a fingerprint scanner on the back, along with the Samsung logo. The phone has a metal frame, but we are not sure if the back is also made of metal or glass.
The phone has a power button on the right edge of the frame, while the left edge is home to the volume rocker keys and the SIM card tray.
The front panel seen in the Galaxy P30 photos, seems to have an aspect ratio of 16:9, because of the chin and the forehead, but the photo of the screen is not very clear and it indeed may be a 18:9 display. The phone has a 5.99-inch display, according to the listing on TENAA. Speaking of which, the listing also confirms the model number of the Samsung Galaxy P30 to be SM-G6200.
Apart from the device images, TENAA listing also reveal that Galaxy P30 is backed by a 3300mAh battery, and supports Dual SIM Cards with 4G LTE. In terms of dimensions the phone measures 156.14 x 76.4 x 8.39 mm. AT the moment not much is known about the other details of hardware specifications, but we may know that soon as it is already certified and public launch may happen soon. Samsung is yet to notify any launch details or even confirm the name of the device.
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