Samsung Galaxy M02s with 6.5-inches HD+ Infinity-V display and 5000mAh battery to launch on January 7th in India

Galaxy M02s

Samsung is introducing a new budget smartphone — the Galaxy M02s in India. The launch will take place on January 7th at 1 PM. This comes as the successor to the Galaxy M01s, which launched early, last year. This phone also joins as a new entrant, this year in Samsung’s popular M series portfolio. Along with the launch date, Samsung also confirms a few of its specs and what to expect from the new M series budget smartphone — that is said to arrive in the sub-10K price segment.

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Samsung Galaxy M02s — Confirmed Specifications

The Galaxy M02s sports a 6.5-inches HD+ display, which is Samsung’s popular Infinity-V display. Under the hood, the latest Galaxy M series handset will be featuring an unspecified Snapdragon chipset — likely a SD400 series one. The device further equips a 4GB of RAM storage variant, which claims to be the first phone in doing so under the sub-10K category. The other confirmed specifications include a massive 5000mAh battery capacity.

The other highlights, going by the teaser on the Samsung’s Galaxy M02s listing, suggest that the phone will likely feature a triple rear camera setup. The rear of the device also seems to have a textured finish. Further, the device could come with a USB Type-C charging port and speaker grille right adjacent to it.

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Unfortunately, Samsung doesn’t specify precise details of the upcoming Galaxy M02s smartphone yet. We can expect more of the device soon. As the launch is taking place in a couple of days from now. Until then, stay tuned, and come back here for more coverage on the Galaxy M02s launch event on January 7th, 2021.

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