Samsung Galaxy A01 announced: Specs and features
Samsung Galaxy A01 launched without the pricing. This can be the cheapest phone in the Samsung Galaxy A series. This a dual-Sim phone and it also has a dedicated memory card slot. The Infinity-U display looks good but the bezels are thick. Black, Blue, and red colors are revealed for this phone. 3.5mm jack is available in this phone to use the earphones. The battery size is 3,000 mAh and there is no quick-charging support. This can be an entry-level phone, that’s it doesn’t have a fingerprint sensor but, it has the face-unlock feature also.
- 5.7 inches HD+ display, 720×1560 pixel resolution, 19.5:9 aspect ratio, 301 PPi
- Android 9 Pie with Samsung One UI
- Octa-core processor (Processor is not specified)
- 4×1.95 GHz + 4×1.45 GHz
- 2 GB RAM/16 GB Storage
- 512 GB Expandable memory card
- 13+2 MP rear cameras
- 13 P wide-sensor f/2.2
- 2 MP depth sensor f/2.4
- 1080P videos
- 5 MP front
Samsung Galaxy A01 Full Specifications and features
You are getting a 5.7 inches compact HD+ display, which has a 720×1560 pixel resolution. There is nothing revealed about the Corning Gorilla Glass protection. It comes with 301 PPi, which is good for an entry-level phone. I can’t even tell you about the display panel, because that is not confirmed also. This has an aspect ratio of 19.5:9, which looks decent.
This phone runs on the Android 9 Pie and Samsung One UI. The processor’s model name has been revealed but it is an Octa-core processor, which comes with 2 Quad-core clusters. The first Quad-core comes with 1.95 GHz clock speed and another cluster comes with 1.45 GHz clock speed. The RAM is 2 GB and internal storage is 16 GB, which is expandable up to 512 GB via memory card slot.
On the rear side, it comes with the 13+2 MP camera sensors. The 13 MP is the main wide-sensor and it has an aperture of f/2.2. The 2 MP will measure the depth and its aperture is f/2.4.This can record 1080P videos at 30 FPS.
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Should you buy this cheapest Samsung Galaxy A series phone?
This phone has an HD+ display and design is also good. The bezels are thick, but this is not a budget segment phone, so I won’t mind it. You will love this display because of the decent resolution and compact size. The Android version is good and Samsung One UI is also decent. The processors look decent also and RAM is just average. The internal storage could be better but expandable storage is good. A dual-Camera setup looks decent at this pricing also and the front is also decent.
I am giving the pick to this phone if it comes under the price of ₹120. If it will come beyond the price of $120, then you should ignore this one.