The Galaxy A01 Core is expected to be Samsung’s next Android Go smartphone, with some of the spec information exposed last week by the Google Play console. Now, 91Mobile has got a few more spy photos from distribution providers, and you can see how the back and sides of the Galaxy A01 Core are designed. For example, the rear single shot in the upper left corner of the back, as well as the headphones at the bottom and the microUSB jack.
The first image shows the back design of the Galaxy A01 Core, which shows the rear single-camera and LED flash in the upper left corner.
As a starter, there seems to be a distinct cross-texture pattern on the back.
At the bottom of the plastic frame are microUSB and the 3.5 mm headphone jack, as well as the speaker grille.
On the right side of the fuselage are the power and volume buttons, and although the front-facing spy photos have not yet been released, it’s not hard to guess that the machine’s screen will feature water drop-shaped notch gaps.
According to earlier revelations from the Google Play console, the Galaxy A01 Core will feature an entry-level MediaTek MT6739WW chipset (integrated PowerVR GE 8100), supplemented by a 1GB RAM memory with a screen resolution of HD Plus.
Also as an Android Go device, it is expected to pre-install a litnew of Google Go and Samsung’s Original App. It is reported that the machine is in production and, if all goes well, it will still be available in late July or early August.