Samsung Galaxy M01 Core has been recorded on the Google Supported gadgets list, which affirms that it will be a rebranded Samsung Galaxy A01 Core.
Samsung is yet to launch its Samsung Galaxy A01 Core smart phone available. A month ago, we had the option to detect the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core on a few accreditation sites, which indicated its impending dispatch.
Not long after that, we got the main at any point asserted renders of the gadget, which provided us a working insight with respect to what the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core had coming up for us. As we anticipate the launch of the gadget, another Samsung gadget, named the Samsung Galaxy M01 Core has today been spotted on the Google Supported Devices posting, which is (unusually) going to be a rebranded Samsung Galaxy A01 Core. There is a likelihood that the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core could dispatch as the Samsung Galaxy M01 Core in a few regions.
As found in the Google Supported Devices listing above, the Samsung Galaxy M01 Core is recorded as the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core cell phone, which persuades that these two cell phones are the equivalent and have various names, presumably for various areas.
While the posting doesn’t expressly reveal to us anything about the details and highlights of the Samsung Galaxy M01 Core, we do know some key highlights of its A01 Core partner. Prominently, the gadget will come in two shading plans – red and blue. At the front, the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core will have a HD goal with a 720 x 1,480 pixel goal and a screen thickness of 320 DPI.
In the engine, the Samsung Galaxy M01 Core (and the A01 Core) will be fueled by a MediaTek MT6739 processor, which will have 4x ARM Cortex-A53 centers timed at 1500MHz. The chipset will be matched with a PowerVR GE8100 GPU and 1GB of RAM. On the product side of things, the device(s) will boot the most recent Android 10 OS out of the container.