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Samsung Galaxy M01 gets a price cut in India, now retails at Rs 8,399

On: August 20, 2020

Samsung had launched the Galaxy M01 in June at a price tag of Rs 8,999. Recently, the smartphone had received a price cut as a part of a special sale on Amazon. It still retails at Rs 8,399 instead of its launch price of Rs 8,999 on the e-commerce portal as well as the brand’s online store. 

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Now, according to 91mobiles, the price of the Galaxy M01 has been dropped permanently to Rs 8,399 in offline stores as well. That’s Rs 600 less than the original price. However, the smartphone’s new price isn’t reflected on Flipkart yet. 

Samsung Galaxy M01 specifications and features

The Galaxy M01 is an entry-level device with a Snapdragon 439 processor

The Galaxy M01 offers an HD+ Infinity-V display measuring 5.71-inches. It lacks a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and instead relies on face unlock features. The smartphone can be availed in Black, Red and Blue colour options. The volume rocker buttons are located on the left side while the power button is on the right side of the device.

The Galaxy M01 sports a vertical dual camera setup comprising a 13MP main sensor and a 2MP depth sensor. Up front, the device is fitted with a 5MP selfie snapper. Video recording on the device is limited to FHD resolution. 

Internally, the Galaxy M01 runs on a Snapdragon 439 processor. It is offered in only single RAM and storage configuration of 3GB and 32GB. For additional needs, the storage is expandable up to 512GB via a dedicated microSD card slot. The Galaxy M01 is backed by a 4,000mAh battery unit. Out of the box, the smartphone is loaded with One UI based Android 10. 

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