Samsung Galaxy M02 with 6.5-inches HD+ display and 5000mAh battery set to launch in India on February 2nd

Samsung Galaxy M02

Samsung Galaxy M02 is the next budget offering from the Korean handset maker, which will be launching next month. This surprisingly is coming to the Indian market after the recent launch of Galaxy M02s, early this month. The Galaxy M02 will likely sit before the M02s and could be the entrant for the budget Samsung offerings. While the Galaxy M02s starts at Rs 8,999, the Galaxy M02 could be starting below Rs 7,000, the teaser suggests.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy M02s with Snapdragon 450 SoC and 5000mAh battery launched in India at Rs 8,999

Galaxy M02 — Infinity V display

The new Amazon listing of the Galaxy M02 doesn’t reveal much of the specifications just yet. However, it does reveal that the device comes with a 6.5-inches HD+ display, which is an in house developed Infinity-V display by Samsung. It fairly looks identical to the Galaxy M02s and we can expect more of the similar features on the Galaxy M02 as well. That’s because apart from the display, the Galaxy M02 is confirmed to be featuring a massive 5000mAh battery likewise to the Galaxy M02s smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy M02

Sadly, the new Galaxy M02 teaser doesn’t reveal much of the device specs in terms of storage, processor or cameras just yet, but it does reveal the expected pricing.

Galaxy M02 — Pricing

The Galaxy M02 pricing could ideally be placed starting from Rs 6,000 or above, at least that’s what the listing implies. This makes it the second smartphone from Samsung priced under Rs 10K segment launched this year. With the Galaxy M02s starting from Rs 8,999 in the country we can expect the Galaxy M02 pricing ranging from Rs 6,000 – Rs 8,000. Stay tuned and come back for more information as the new Galaxy M02 set to launch on February 2nd, at 1 PM.

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Vishnu Sarangapurkar

Vishnu works as a Content Writer for Mr. Phone. His primary interests revolve around covering smartphones and all other gadgets connected to the Internet.