Sources say Samsung is developing a new Galaxy A-Series for the starter market, which is expected to be called the Galaxy A01 when it goes on sale. It is reported that the opportunity is SM-A015F and SM-A015F/DS models, the former is a single SIM card version, the latter is a dual card dual-to-wait version. The Galaxy A01 recently passed FCC certification after appearing in the GeekBench run, indicating that Samsung will release the phone in the near future.
According to the FCC certification documents for the model “SM-A015F”, the Galaxy A01 will be equipped with a 3000mAh battery and two cameras on the back of the fuselage, although it is not clear the exact size and other details. In addition, from the device schematic, the phone will also retain the 3.5mm headphone port. Fingerprint sensors are not displayed on the back, and the off-screen fingerprint sensor should not be equipped in view of market positioning.
The FCC list doesn’t give any other details about the phone, but the Geekbench list says the phone will run on Android 10. Geekbench also suggested that the aircraft was equipped with an octagon Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC and 2GB of RAM.
In addition to the Samsung Galaxy A01, there are rumors that the company is developing the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 phones, both of which have so far leaked a lot of details. Depending on the leak, the Samsung Galaxy A51 will be equipped with a 6.5-inch Full HD plus screen, 4,000 mAh battery, four rear camera settings and a display fingerprint sensor. The Samsung Galaxy A71 is believed to have 5G support, exynos 980 SoC and 128GB on-board storage.