Samsung Galaxy M01 Core with MediaTek MT6739 SoC and Android Go launched in India at Rs 5,499

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Samsung has launched its all-new entry-level handset and its an Android Go-based smartphone. The all-new Samsung Galaxy M01 Core is powered by Android Go and comes at a price tag of Rs 5,499. It will be available for purchase starting July 29 on all leading online and offline platforms. It is probably the most affordable Samsung smartphone in the market. Let’s talk about the specifications of the all-new Samsung Galaxy M01 Core. 

Samsung Galaxy M01 Core – Specifications 

Sporting a 5.3-inch HD+ TFT display it comes with an 8.6mm thickness. Samsung has geared up its initiative in the entry-level segment. In the last two months, this is their third launch under Rs 10,000 price segment. The latest Android Go smartphone in the market is Samsung’s M01 Core. 

It retails in India in three colours, Black, Blue, and Red. The handset has a stylish stripe design as quoted by the brand. It is said to offer immersive viewing experience on its HD+ resolution screen. The user interface is made for India and is targeted at the audience who is shifting from feature phones to smartphones. 


The Android Go platform allows lighter customised apps to run smoothly on the entry-level specced handset. “By building a fast, smooth smartphone experience with enhanced apps, users can email, get answers, find directions, and play games faster than ever.”, as quoted by Samsung in their newsroom press release. 

Speaking about the camera department, it has an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP selfie camera. The handset comes powered by MediaTek MT6739 SoC, and offers two configurations; 1GB + 16GB, and 2GB + 32GB. All this is powered by a 3000mAh capacity battery. The 2GB variant retails for Rs 6,449. 

What do you guys think of the all-new Samsung Galaxy M01 Core? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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