Images of Samsung’s China-exclusive P30 smartphone have appeared on the website of TENAA, otherwise known as The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People’s Republic of China — let’s stick with TENAA, shall we?
Renders on the site show a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and a vertical dual-lens primary camera set-up. Not much else can be accurately gleaned from the images, though reports suggest that the device will features an LCD display in the realm of 6″, while the TENAA listing displays a battery capacity of 3,300mAh. Aside from that, rumours indicate that the device will be powered by a Snapdragon 660 or 670 chipset and up to 6GB RAM.
Other rumours suggest that the handset could soon be launched alongside a new A-series handset — which may or may not have a quadruple-lens primary camera — at a scheduled Samsung event on October 11th, so hopefully we will learn more soon. For now, you can take a look at TENAA’s renders of the P30 here.