Samsung launches the cheapest smartphone Galaxy M01 Core in India, price less than earbuds

South Korean smartphone maker Samsung has launched its cheapest smartphone Galaxy M01 Core in India. This smartphone made at the Make in India concept is the most affordable device in the Galaxy M series. The phone has been launched in two storage options 1GB RAM + 16GB and 2GB RAM + 32GB.

Galaxy M01 Core will compete directly with Realme C11, which has been launched recently with 2GB RAM + 32GB storage option. This is the third smartphone of the Samsung Galaxy M series that has been launched in India this year. The company is also about to launch another device of the series Galaxy M31s in the next few days. It will be launched with a 6,000mAh battery and 48MP quad rear camera feature.

This most affordable smartphone from Samsung will be sold in every corner of the country through online and offline channels. This phone has been launched with a 5.3-inch HD Plus display. Its base model is priced at Rs 5,499. However, its 2GB RAM + 32GB variant costs Rs 6,499. The phone will be available in three color options Black, Blue and Red. The price of this smartphone is less than Vivo TWS Neo earbuds, which comes at a price of Rs 5,999.

This phone works on the MediaTek MT6739 chipset processor. The phone runs on the Android Go platform. Also, to give it power, a 3,000mAh battery has been given. The phone comes with dual 4G SIM card support. The special feature of this phone is that it has integrated OneUI as well as Dark Mode. Intelligent photos feature has also been provided in the phone which frees the memory of the phone by looking at the duplicate photo and automatically deleting it. The back of the phone has an 8MP camera, while the front has a 5MP camera.