Samsung Galaxy M01 with Android 10 certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance

Ricky, 28 March 2020

A couple of weeks back, SamMobile reported about a Galaxy M01 device. Its Geekbench results were spotted running a low-end Qualcomm chipset, 3GB of RAM, and ran Android 10. Although the specific chipset isn’t confirmed yet it’s said to run an octa-core chipset. It is speculated to be perhaps the Snapdragon 439.

More recently, this unannounced Galaxy M01 device has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance with support for Wi-Fi b/g/n. The phone’s Android 10 software was also confirmed by the certification. It carries a model number of SM-M015G/DS. The DS in the model number denotes Dual SIM.

Samsung Galaxy M01 with Android 10 certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance

Based on the M01’s known details, Sam Mobile suggests this phone could be a variant of the Galaxy A01 intended for emerging markets including India, Russia, Sri Lanka, and Nepal.

No other details about the Galaxy M01 are known, but the recent Wi-Fi Alliance certification suggests its launch should be imminent.

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  • Keshan

Ok ok...i have samsung phone 2016.....i even didn't get any screen issue........ok samsung suck...do you prefer any chinese brand carry on...😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  • aske311

yez hoping for .5" smaller with 3gig ram

  • Sebstin

Hope its a compact phone... 4.7" to 5.5" form factor..

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