Samsung Galaxy M01 Appears on Google Play Listing, Reveals Specs and Design


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Samsung is currently working on an entry-level Galaxy M smartphone dubbed Galaxy M01. We have seen the same naming scheme (Galaxy A01) with the Galaxy A lineup. Back in March, the device appeared on GeekBench listing and later on, made its way to the WiFi Alliance. The Galaxy M01 has now surfaced on the Google Play Console. As expected, the listing has revealed some key specs along the way.

Samsung Galaxy M01 on Google Play Console, Reveals Key Specs

Samsung Galaxy M01

As per the Google Play console listing, the Galaxy M01 will arrive with a standard 720×1520 pixels resolution. The display will have a pixel density of 320PPI. Under the hood, the phone will run on Snapdragon 439 chipset paired with 3GB of RAM. In terms of software, we’re looking at the latest Android 10 operating system.

Apart from key specs, the listing has also revealed the render image of the phone. The device is spotted featuring a waterdrop notch with thick bezels on the sides and a sizeable chin. Sadly, the render does not talk about the back of the phone. Just like A01, the device should feature a dual-module on the back with no fingerprint sensor.

Previous reports suggest that the phone will come with the model number SM-M015G. The GeekBench listing reveals that the device will come with 32GB base internal storage. Furthermore, the Galaxy M01 will available in Black, Blue and Red colour variants.

Launch, Availability

At the time of writing this, there is no solid release timeline for the Galaxy M01 smartphone. In terms of availability, the device will arrive in markets such as India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Russia. Just like the Galaxy A01, the M01 will come with an affordable price tag since it falls under the entry-level segment. With that said, we should be hearing more about the phone in the coming weeks.

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