Samsung Galaxy M01 Running Android 10 Appears on Wi-Fi Alliance Certification


We were one of the first publications to spot the unannounced, Samsung Galaxy M01 smartphone on Geekbench. And that is also when we came to know about the existence of the device. Now, we have spotted the two variants of the Galaxy M01 on the Wi-Fi Alliance certification website. And what does it reveal? Well, read below to find out.

Samsung Galaxy M01 Passes Through Wi-Fi Alliance

The first certification that we have spotted shows that it if for a Samsung smartphone with model number SM-M015F/DS, whereas, the second certification that we have spotted is for a Samsung smartphone with model number SM-M015G/DS, which, going by their model numbers, are different variants of the Galaxy M01 smartphone. Currently, we are not sure what is the difference between both the variants. Our best guess? Well, both variants could be for different countries.

Anyway, the listings of both the variants reveal that the Galaxy M01 has single-band, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi b/g/n and that the smartphone runs on the Android 10 operating system. Now, going by the model name, we already know that the Galaxy M01 is going to be an entry-level, budget smartphone. However, what further confirms our speculations is that the smartphone has single-band Wi-Fi, which is only found in entry-level mobiles. If it were a mid-range or a high-end smartphone, it would have packed dual-band Wi-Fi ac/b/g/n.

What we can also confirm through this listing is that the Galaxy M01 will have an entry-level chipset. And how is that? Well, any mid-range or a high-end chipset would have offered dual-band Wi-Fi ac/b/g/n but the Galaxy M01 offers only single-band Wi-Fi b/g/n, which is the case with almost all entry-level SoCs. What is a relief here is that the Galaxy M01, in spite of being an affordable smartphone, has an Android 10 operating system. Anyway, that is all we can tell you about the Galaxy M01 today folks. Stay tuned to know more.