The Samsung Galaxy M01 is an entry-level offering from the South Korean giant, Samsung. While the smartphone was launched with Android 9.0 Pie on board, Samsung has now finally listened to the users; and has started rolling out a new update for the Galaxy M01 bringing OneUI 2.1 based on Android 10. The latest update carries the software version number M017FXXU1BTI5, brings new features and more.
Samsung Galaxy M01 Starts Receiving OneUI 2.1 Update Based on Android 10
Besides just upgrading the firmware version number and stating “Fixed a Few Bugs”, Samsung has also upgraded the security patch to September 2020 while adding new features such as digital wellbeing, device care, parental control in Digital wellbeing, navigation gestures, and changed icons & colours. Additionally, the update also brings improvements to the night mode capabilities.
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Along with it, the Galaxy M01’s One UI 2.1 update for is now available in India; and would soon be available in other regions. Interestingly, It also brings new navigation gestures and the new Trash feature for Contacts. This is a stable build and not a beta, and hence so we recommend users; to update their device to this build as soon as possible. The update is based on Android 10 Q and similar to all the other updates, this OTA update is rolling out over the air. This is a planned rollout so it may take some time to be available in all handsets.
For changes, The update brings software optimization and promises to provide a better user experience. Along with all the optimizations, it also improves the security and performance of the device while bumping up the software version.
Samsung Galaxy M01 Specifications
Talking about the specs, the device is equipped with a 6.2-inch TFT Infinity-V display; which is a fancy name for a waterdrop notch design and has HD+ resolution. Under the hood, the device runs on MediaTek Helio P22 chipset paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB onboard memory. If that’s not enough, then you can easily expand the storage up to 512GB via microSD slot.
For optics, there is a dual-camera module on the back; featuring a 13MP primary sensor and a 2MP depth sensor for portrait shots. For selfies and video calling, there is an 8MP front snapper housed inside the notch. All of these are backed by a 4,000 mAh battery packed inside. There is no information on the charging capabilities as of now. Surprisingly, the smartphone makes use of a two-year-old Android Pie OS with custom One UI skin on top. Lastly, we’re looking at a rear-mounted physical sensor and face unlock.