Another of Samsung’s upcoming low-cost phones, the Galaxy M01, has appeared on the Wi-Fi Alliance certification website, foreign media SamMobile reported.
Details about the phone’s specifications have yet to be revealed, but information on the Wi-Fi Alliance suggests that there will be at least two different models and, most importantly, that they will run Android 10.
The Galaxy M01 will be equipped with 3GB of RAM and a Qualcomm chip with the main frequency of around 2GHz, SamMobile reports. Since it is an entry-level model, it may be equipped with a Dragon 400 Series chip.
Earlier this year, Samsung quietly launched another cheap smartphone, the Galaxy A11, which also has two versions. It has an octa-core processor, 2GB or 3GB of RAM (depending on the area sold) and a 4,000mAh battery. On the front is a 6.4-inch TFT display with only 32GB of internal storage. Last year’s Samsung Galaxy M20 Series featured 2GB or 3GB of RAM, up to 64GB of storage, an impressive 5,000mAh battery and a 6.3-inch TFT display.
Sources say the new Galaxy M series is designed for markets such as India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Russia.
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