Samsung had launched the most affordable Galaxy M series smartphone, the Galaxy M01, in India last week. Now, it looks like the company is working on a Galaxy M series device that’s even more affordable. A new Galaxy smartphone with model number SM-M013F/DS received Wi-Fi certification yesterday, and it looks like the phone will be a trimmed down version of the Galaxy M01.
Going by the model number, there’s a possibility of the SM-M013F/DS being launched as the Galaxy M01 Core. As per the document, the device runs Android 10. It could be cheaper than the Galaxy M01, and it features a dual-SIM card slot, dual-band Wi-Fi b/g/n, and Wi-Fi Direct. Since the Galaxy A01 Core is expected to feature a removable battery, we expect the same design to be carried over to the Galaxy M01 Core as well.
At this time, there is no information about the phone’s processor, design, display, and cameras. However, we think that the phone could be launched in the next few months as it has received Wi-Fi certification. The rest of the specifications of the Galaxy M01 Core could be similar to the Galaxy A01 Core. Samsung is also working on a beefed-up version of the Galaxy M01 with 32GB internal storage.