Update: The Samsung Galaxy A01 Core smartphone has now appeared on the NBTC certification website. Below is the certification screenshot for your reference:
Yesterday, we spotted an entry-level Samsung smartphone, dubbed the Samsung Galaxy M01 Core on the Google Play Supported Devices listing. The Samsung Galaxy M01 Core is essentially going to be a rebadged Samsung Galaxy A01 Core, some of the specifications of which have already been revealed. Today, we have spotted the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core smartphone on the FCC certification authority website, which hints that the device might soon be launching in the USA. Take a look at the FCC certification images of the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core and find out what we know about the device so far.
Samsung Galaxy A01 Core visits FCC
As seen in the FCC certification images, the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core might soon be launching in the USA. The FCC certification reveals a lot of key specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core, including its 3,000mAh battery. To add to that, Sammobile recently posted an exclusive leak, which suggests just the same. Notably, the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core will feature a 5.3-inch TFT LCD panel with a resolution of 1,480 x 720 pixels. Under the hood, the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core will be powered by a 1.5GHz MediaTek MT6739 processor, which will be clubbed with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.
In the camera department, the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core will sport an 8MP f/2.2 camera at the back. At the front, the device will make room for a 5MP selfie shooter. Coming to the battery to be used on the device, the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core will flaunt a 3,000mAh non-removable battery. The FCC certification suggests that the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core battery will be non-removable, which somehow contradicts the leaked report.
On the software side of things, the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core will boot Android GO V10.0, which is an optimized Android skin for entry-level smartphones. To learn more about the Samsung Galaxy A01 Core, you can head to our previous coverage for the same.
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