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Samsung Galaxy M30s India launch date set for September 18, 6,000mAh battery confirmed

first_imgSamsung Galaxy M30s India launch date set for September 18, 6,000mAh battery confirmedSamsung Galaxy M30s will launch in India soon with a massive 6,000mAh battery and 48MP triple camera setup, as revealed by Amazon India. Sanket Vijayasarathy New DelhiSeptember 3, 2019UPDATED: September 3, 2019 10:42 IST Samsung Galaxy M30s will launch in India on September 18 with a 6,000mAh battery and 48MP triple camera setup.HIGHLIGHTSSamsung Galaxy M30s launch date in India set for September 18.Galaxy M30s will be available on Amazon India following its launch.Galaxy M30s is an upgrade over the Galaxy M30 with a 6,000mAh battery and 48MP triple camera setup.Samsung will launch the Galaxy M30s in India on September 18 at 12pm. The launch date was revealed on Amazon India alongside an image of the Galaxy M30s. Like every other Galaxy M-series phone launched so far, the Galaxy M30s will also be an online-exclusive product and will be available on Amazon following its launch. The listing also confirms past rumours that the Galaxy M30s will pack a massive 6,000mAh battery.This will be the first Samsung smartphone to house a 6,000mAh battery capacity, promising a really long battery life for your multimedia needs. On Amazon, the company is teasing that the Galaxy M30s 6,000mAh battery will deliver hours of gaming and photography experience. Additionally, the Galaxy M30s will bring a new processor and a 48MP triple camera setup, among other things.The Galaxy M30s will sport a Super AMOLED display as well. The size of the display hasn’t been revealed yet, but the phone has been listed on the Android Enterprise directory with a 6.4-inch display. The phone will sport an Infinity-U display with a FHD+ resolution. As for the processor, Samsung is teasing a new chipset powering the Galaxy M30s. It may not be the Exynos 9610 SoC as previously rumoured. In addition to a 6,000mAh battery, the 48MP triple camera setup will also be a major upgrade over the 13MP triple camera setup on the original Galaxy M30.Samsung plans to launch a series of enhanced versions of its Galaxy A and Galaxy M series phones in the coming months. The company has already launched the Galaxy A10s in India with dual rear cameras and a fingerprint sensor. The Galaxy M30s looks to be a pretty major upgrade over the M30. The Galaxy M30s is expected to be priced similar to the M30, so we expect the phone to launch in India somewhere between Rs 15,000 to Rs 20,000.advertisementALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy M30s key specs revealed via Android Enterprise listing, may launch soonGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySanket Vijayasarathy Tags :Follow SamsungFollow Galaxy M30s Nextlast_img read more

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Annan saddened by toll of latest tsunami UN agency assesses warning system

“The Secretary-General is saddened by the loss of life and damages provoked by the tsunami that struck the Indonesian island of Java on 17 July, and the trauma being experienced by the survivors due to the series of aftershocks, shaking parts of the island,” Mr. Annan’s spokesman said in a formal statement. According to UNESCO, the Indian Ocean warning system established after the deadly tsunami of 2004 was able to quickly alert national authorities of the danger of giant waves following Monday’s earthquake, but hundreds of people were still swept away because the alarm did not reach the coast in time.“It is important to maintain the momentum of the past 18 months and to reinforce national capacities to react effectively when such disasters strike,” Koïchiro Matsuura, UNESCO Director General said, urging Indian Ocean nations to extend the system “the final mile to the people on the coast.”The Warning System was established by States in the region with UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission after an earthquake off Indonesia’s island of Sumatra in December 2004 generated waves that killed more than 230,000 people in more than 12 Asian countries.So far, 26 out of a possible 29 national tsunami warning centres, capable of receiving and distributing tsunami advisories around the clock, have been set up in Indian Ocean countries. The seismographic network has been improved, with 25 new stations being deployed that will be linked in real-time to analysis centres.There are, UNESCO said, also three deep-ocean assessment and reporting sensors and the Commission for the Nuclear-Test Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) is also contributing data from seismographic stations. Yesterday, as a result of all these preparations, in Indonesia’s capital Jakarta, the tsunami advisory was received only 19 minutes after the earthquake, Mr Matsuura said. “However, several hundred people still lost their lives and tens of thousands more have lost their homes and livelihoods. The system still has big gaps, notably in getting the warnings to coastal communities in time,” he concluded.The Indian Ocean System constitutes a vital component of a global system, towards which the UNESCO group has been working. To this end, warning systems are also being established in the North East Atlantic, Mediterranean and Adjoining Seas, and the Caribbean, while protection is being reinforced in the Pacific and South China Sea. read more