Samsung’s A-series lineup has considerably expanded throughout the year and it shows no signs of stopping. Today, Samsung has quietly unveiled a brand new A-series device, the Galaxy A01. However, the device comes with some important details missing here and there, most notably the price.
Built around a plastic body, the Galaxy A01 gets a 5.7-inch Infinity-V display, thus a notch at the top which also happens to hold the phone’s 5MP selfie camera. The display is LCD and gets a 720p+ resolution to start with.
At the back is a duo of camera sensors which includes a 13MP primary lens paired with a 2MP depth sensor. There’s no specific information about how capable its camera is but we are hopeful that it at least captures 1080p videos.
The phone’s internals is pretty vague either. No mention of a chipset name here but it is an octa-core CPU, more likely an entry-level one. But it doesn’t come with a low-key memory configuration — a 6GB RAM to start with, and 8GB RAM as an option plus 128GB of inbuilt storage which can be expanded up to 512GB via dedicated microSD card slot.
There’s a 3.5mm on top to plug your favorite pair of headphones alongside an FM radio receiver for a daily dose of free entertainment. Powering the phone is a modest 3,000mAh battery with no details about fast charging.
Also, as we said, the Samsung Galaxy A01 has its price missing and there’s no word about its availability either. But it looks like a phone that could just cross the $100 mark.