Rumours of Samsung’s entry into the new machine have been a bit intense in recent days. Today,media found the Galaxy M01s on the Google Play console. 91Mobiles speculated that it might be a skin-replacement version of the Galaxy A10s, which is expected to feature MediaTek’s Helio P22 chipset and 2GB RAM memory. Previously, the Galaxy M01s entry-level machine has been certified by BIS, The Wi-Fi Alliance, and The Rhein T-V in Germany and is included in the Geekbench benchmarking database.
Galaxy A10s Infographic
The Galaxy M01s are now on the Google Play console, which lists some of the machine’s main specifications. MySmartPrice speculates that the machine is likely to be a galaxy A10s name change.
In August last year, Samsung introduced the model in the Indian market with mediaTek Helio P22 chipset and an Infinity-V water drop-shaped notch screen with HD plus resolution.
According to the google Play console’s list, Samsung has also selected mediatek Helio P22 (MT6762) chipsets for the Galaxy M01s, supplemented by 2GB of RAM (also said to be the 3GB RAM version).
The machine screen also appears to be an Infinity-V water drop-shaped screen in HD Plus (720 x 1520 resolution), and it is rumoured to have a built-in 4000 mAh battery with 15W fast charge, dual SIM slots, and 2.4GHz single-band Wi-Fi.
On the software side, the Galaxy M01s or the pre-installed OneUI 2.0 based on Android 10. On camera, guess escants aren’t much different from the Galaxy A01s, such as the front 8MP single-camera, and the rear 13MP plus 2MP dual-camera.
The exact release date, as well as the galaxy M01s and the possible recent release of the Galaxy M01 model, is not yet known.