Samsung launched the cheapest Galaxy M series smartphone ever, the Galaxy M01, in India last month. Now, the company is working on more entry-level smartphones in the Galaxy A and the Galaxy M lineups. We had exclusively revealed last month that Samsung will launch the Galaxy M01s with 32GB of internal storage. Now, specifications of the upcoming phone have surfaced.
Information acquired from the Galaxy M01s’ Google Play Console listing reveals that the phone runs Android 10 and uses the MediaTek Helio P22 processor (MT6762). The phone also features 3GB RAM and an HD display (1520×720 pixels) with a V-shaped notch. The phone also features 2.4GHz Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth. Two days ago, it was revealed that a 4,000mAh battery will power the Galaxy M01s.
It’s a relief to see that Samsung has updated the Android version on the phone, and now it runs Android 10 rather than Android 9. Interestingly, the listing also mentions the Galaxy A10s. Specifications of both the phones are similar, so the Galaxy M01s could be a rebranded version of the Galaxy A10s. If that’s the case, we should expect a 13MP+2MP dual-camera setup on the rear and an 8MP selfie camera.
We expect Samsung to launch the Galaxy M01s in the next few weeks as the phone has passed almost all certification processes and has received regulatory approvals by authorities. The company is also working on two more affordable smartphones, the Galaxy A01 Core and the Galaxy M01 Core.