Galaxy M01 Core unveiled: the cheapest Samsung in India, running Android 10 Go edition

BY admin July 29, 2020 Samsung 9 views

In the last 60 days, Samsung has launched three phones in India that cost under INR 10,000. The last of which is the new Galaxy M01 Core, an Android 10 Go edition phone and the cheapest Samsung in the country – it starts at INR 5,500. However, it’s quite a bit different from the Galaxy M01 and even M01s.

In the last 60 days, Samsung has launched three phones in India that cost under INR 10,000. The last of which is the new Galaxy M01 Core, an Android 10 Go edition phone and the cheapest Samsung in the country – it starts at INR 5,500. However, it’s quite a bit different from the Galaxy M01 and even M01s.

For starters, it’s smaller – the Core has a 5.3″ screen compared to 5.7″ on the vanilla M01 and 6.2″ on the M01s. The screen has 720p+ resolution, which is alright in this case as it works out to 277 ppi pixel density. Also, previous Core models had sub-HD screens, so again, not bad for the cheapest phone of the family.

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5.3″ 720p screen • 3,000 mAh battery

The other major difference from the M01 and M01s is the chipset – a MediaTek MT6739 with a quad-core Cortex-A53 CPU and Mali-T760 MP2 GPU. That’s not a lot of power, even compared to its siblings, which at least got octa-core processors.

Even more limiting is the single gig of RAM, which is paired with 16 GB storage. Even Android Go Edition works better with more memory, so there’s a second version of the phone with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB storage. Both versions triple card slots housing two nanoSIMs and a microSD.

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