Galaxy M01 gets certified by FCC, battery capacity revealed

The Galaxy M01, whose presence we confirmed last month, passed through the Wi-Fi Alliance’s certification process a few days ago. Yesterday, it appeared in the Google Play Console, revealing some of its specifications. Now, the upcoming entry-level smartphone has appeared in the FCC certification documents.It appears that the Galaxy M01 is just a variant of the Galaxy A01 with a larger battery. The FCC certification documents clearly mention that the only differences between the Galaxy A01 and the Galaxy M01 are battery capacity, model number, and a few changes in supported network bands. The Galaxy A01 uses a 3000mAh battery, while the Galaxy M01 uses a 4000mAh cell.Going by Samsung’s declaration, the Galaxy M01 (SM-M015G/DS) should have a 5.7-inch HD+ TFT display with a V-shaped notch for the selfie camera. It runs Android 10 with One UI 2.0 and is equipped with the Snapdragon 439 processor, 2GB/3GB RAM, 16GB storage, and a microSD card slot. It should come with a 13MP+2MP dual-camera on the rear and a 5MP selfie camera.The dual-SIM smartphone comes with GPS, 4G LTE (Band 1/3/5/8/40/41), single-band Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, microUSB 2.0 port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The device appears to be lacking a fingerprint sensor, so it would depend on face unlock, PIN, and password for security. We expect Samsung to launch the Galaxy M01 in the next few weeks.
Samsung Galaxy M01 FCC Certification Document

Samsung Galaxy M01 FCC Certification Device Rear Design

Samsung Galaxy M01 FCC Certification Antenna Battery Location

Samsung Galaxy M01 FCC Certification Supported LTE Bands

Samsung Galaxy M01 FCC Certification Battery Capacity

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