Samsung, in January, unveiled the Galaxy M02s in Nepal, and today it has come with its cheaper sibling, the Galaxy M02.
As it’s the cheaper version of the Galaxy M02s, the changes here are quite obvious. The rear camera gets two sensors instead of three. It includes a 13MP main sensor and a 2MP macro lens alongside a LED flash.
Instead of the Snapdragon 450 SoC on the M02s, the Samsung Galaxy M02 has MediaTek’s MT6739W chipset with 2GB or 3GB of RAM, which is yet another downgrade from the 4GB RAM in its sibling. The phone ships with One UI which is based on Android 10 and has 32GB of onboard storage with an option to expand up to 1TB.
Besides that, it still has the same 6.5-inch HD+ screen with a waterdrop notch at the top. The notch holds a 5MP selfie camera. The battery inside is a 5,000mAh unit that charges over a microUSB port, though there’s no mention of any fast charging.
- Display: 6.5-inches HD+ panel
- CPU: MediaTek MT6739W (Quad-core)
- Memory: 2/3GB; 32GB (expandable using microSD card)
- Rear Camera: Dual camera; 13MP primary shooter, 2MP macro sensor
- Front Camera: 5MP
- Battery: 5,000mAh (micro USB port)
Samsung Galaxy M02 Price in Nepal and Availability
The Samsung Galaxy M02 starts at a price of NPR 11,999 in Nepal for the 2GB/32GB model. For the 3GB/32GB variant, you’ll have to pay NPR 12,999. The phone is available for purchase via offline as well as online shops in Nepal.