- The Galaxy M01s is Samsung's latest Galaxy M-series phone.
- It will cost RS 9,999 ($133) in India.
- The phone aspects an Helio P22 processor and 3GB of RAM.
A little more than a month since it announced the Galaxy M01 and M11, Samsung is adding yet another model to its Galaxy M lineup. The company today announced the Galaxy M01s, an entry-level phone aimed at patrons in India. You might think the M01s is intended to substitute the similarly named M01, but Samsung plans to sell the 2 phones alongside one an alternative despite their relatively small changes.The highlight of the device is a 6. 2-inch HD+ display that aspects one of Samsung's Infinity-V camera cutout.Despite some chin bezel, the telephone has a decent screen to body ratio of 81. 8%. Internally, the telephone comprises a MediaTek octa-core Helio P22 processor supported by 3GB of RAM. The 12nm chipset is less helpful than the Snapdragon 439 processor that's in the Galaxy M01.For taking photos, the M01s comes with a dual rear camera array consisting of a 13MP primary sensor and a 2MP depth sensor. Meanwhile, for selfies, the phone elements an 8MP camera, making it a slight upgrade on the M01's 5MP front-facing camera.
Rounding out the spec sheet is a 4,000mAh battery that comes with out fast charging support. There's also no USB-C port to be found on the device, but it does come with a rear-facing fingerprint sensor. For software, the telephone will ship with Samsung's One UI Core and Android 9.The agency plans to sell the Galaxy M01s in a single configuration with 32GB of inner garage. You'll be able up to 512GB of additional space through a microSD card.The Galaxy M01s will are available in two colors — Gray and Light Blue — and value Rs 9,999 (~$133), making it Rs 1,000 more expensive than the Galaxy M01.00
While phones in the Galaxy M-series aren't unique, they are vital to Samsung's interests in India. The South Asian nation is of the few places globally where smartphone sales are growing to be. It's also an intensely competitive market where Samsung has had bother keeping off Chinese brands like Xiaomi, Realme, Vivo, and Oppo. Those agencies have flooded the country with compelling instruments at almost every price point, something Samsung has been slower to do. So while it could actually seem peculiar to see the Korean agency liberate a touch various take on the M01, it makes a lot of sense in the context of the Indian market.
Dated : 2021-02-22 22:52:47