The upcoming Samsung Galaxy s M01 has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance in the last month or so, and now it’s one step closer to the launch, as it has been spotted in the Google Play Console. As is customary, the list does give us a few of the phone’s specifications.
Thus, the M01 has a screen with a 720×1520 resolution, 3GB of RAM, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 chipset at the helm. The phone runs on Android and is 10. In the small picture, the spec list looks incredibly similar to the Galaxy 01, and would, therefore, be a re-branding of a model for a number of specific markets. We’ll have to wait until the official unveiling, to be sure, but what is clear is that for the M01, comes with 1 GB more RAM than the 01.
The Meizu is 17, and Meizu The 17, Pro have also made an appearance in the Google Play Console. These devices will be launched on the 8th of May.
Both phones have the Snapdragon 865 SoC to run things, helped by 8 gb of RAM, a behind-the-scenes with the 1080×2340 resolution. They both run on Android, 10.