Details of the Samsung Galaxy M01 have been leaked, again, according to reports. Samsung has been having a hard time keeping its upcoming Galaxy M01s a secret. This new smartphone is expected to be part of the Galaxy M series and has been leaked a few times in the past. Samsung had recently launched the Galaxy M01 in India for a price of Rs. 8,999. Barely a month has passed since the launch of the Galaxy M01 and leaks from the Galaxy M01 are already being leaked. The Galaxy M01s has previously leaked tip storage capacity and color options. Now, the device was viewed on the TÜV Rheinland battery safety certification website that tilts the battery capacity.
The TÜV Rheinland website includes new information about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M01 that RootMyGalaxy first reported. It indicates that the device will have a 4,000 mAh battery and is said to come with a 5V 1.55A charger. The capacity is similar to that of the Galaxy M01 and depending on the charger specifications mentioned, you may not have a quick charger in the box.
A previous leak indicated that the Galaxy M01s will have 32GB of internal storage. The storage capacity is identical to that of the Galaxy M01 that went on sale earlier. The previous report also hinted that the Galaxy M01 will be released in blue and gray color variants.
Another leak indicated that the Galaxy M01s would run Android 9 Pie as seen on the BIS certification website. But since Samsung is releasing all phones running Android 10, we think the Galaxy M01s is highly unlikely to run Android 9 Pie.
With leaks coming out at a steady rate, Samsung may soon be bringing the Galaxy M01s to market. Based on its leaked specs, we can expect it to be another budget offer on the affordable M-series line.