- Tram Ho
Samsung recently launched a new device in the low-cost segment, the M01s. This is essentially a slightly upgraded version of the new Galaxy M01 launched not too long ago. Despite being an upgraded version, Samsung still decided to sell both devices at the same time.
The highlight of the Galaxy M01s comes from the 6.2-inch HD + display with the Infinity-V design “water drops”. Although the “chin” is quite thick, but according to Samsung, the machine has a screen-to-body ratio of 81.8%.
A rather odd point on the Galaxy M01s is that despite being released later, the M01s is equipped with MediaTek Helio P22 chip for poor performance compared to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 429 chip found on the Galaxy M01. It also has 3GB RAM and 32GB memory similar to its predecessor, with external memory card support.
In terms of cameras, Galaxy M01s is equipped with a dual camera cluster on the back including a 13MP main camera and a 2MP depth camera. It also has an 8MP selfie camera on the front, a slight improvement over the 5MP camera on the M01.
Galaxy M01s has a large battery capacity of 4000mAh, but does not support fast charging. It still only uses the traditional micro-USB charging port instead of the more modern and popular USB-C. On the software front, the Galaxy M01s runs on Android 9 Pie with the One UI interface.
Galaxy M01s will be sold in India market with two color options: gray and blue at the price of Rs 9999, equivalent to about 3 million, a bit more expensive than the Galaxy M01.
Source : Genk