The new entry-level smartphone from Samsung, the Galaxy M01s, has just been launched in India with two rear cameras and a battery with a capacity of 4000 mAh. The selling price about 116.70 euros.
Galaxy M01s: entry-level but with style
The Galaxy M01s was launched in India as the heir to the Galaxy M01 which debuted in the country in June. The South Korean OEM budget phone brings numerous updates from the previous iteration ; among these we report a physical fingerprint for the security of your data, the Dolby Atmos system for a better audio experience and more.
The cheap phone from Samsung is equipped with a selfie cam housed in a drop notch, having an 8 Megapixel sensor inside . The on-board processor is the MediaTek Helio P22 , a chipset designed for the low-end market.
The device comes with a double color ready to purchase (blue and gray); you can buy it at official Samsung retailers (obviously in the markets in which it is distributed) or in offline telephony retail.
The display is a 6.2-inch Infinity V HD + unit with TFT technology ; RAM instead consists of a 3 GB module and the available storage is 32 GB, expandable via microSD up to 512 GB. The phone has a custom OneUI Android operating system.
As for the on-board optics, we find a double lens, the main one of which has a 13 Megapixel resolution and the secondary one is a 2 Mpx for photos with arrival bokeh. The phone is only 7.8 mm thick and the battery that powers it all has a capacity of 4000 mAh.
We do not know if the device is intended to cross Indian borders even reaching a European market; to get more information about it, we just have to wait for the next few weeks.