Samsung Galaxy A01 Core Leaked Render Tips Textured Back Panel, Single Rear Camera

Samsung Galaxy A01 Main is reported to be in the functions. The cell phone was spotted on Google Participate in Console a whilst back, and now an alleged render of the cell phone has surfaced on the web. The render offers us a glimpse of how the cell phone will look like from the front and back. It is tipped to appear in two textural finishes – Purple and Blue. The Samsung Galaxy A01 Main is also viewed to activity a solitary camera setup at the back with flash sitting ideal beneath the image sensor.

The render has been shared by tipster Evan Blass and released by GSMArena. This alleged Samsung Galaxy A01 Main render provides a total-blown look into the structure facts of the cell phone. Up front, cell phone is viewed with regular bezels on all sides. There is significant forehead and chin on the major and base portions of the show. The selfie camera is also plainly seen on the major bezel, sitting alongside the earpiece. At the back, the Samsung Galaxy A01 Main is viewed with a patterned panel for superior grip, and as pointed out, the leak indicates the cell phone will appear in Purple and Blue color selections. The volume and electricity buttons are positioned on the ideal edge of the display.

Samsung Galaxy A01 Main specifications (anticipated)

The Samsung Galaxy A01 Main does not feel to have a fingerprint sensor at the back or on the side-edge. Earlier leak ideas that the Samsung Galaxy A01 Main will operate on Android ten (Go Edition) and attribute a High definition+ (720×1,480 pixels) show with 320ppi of pixel density. It is anticipated to be run by the MediaTek HT6739WW SoC, paired with 1GB of RAM.

The product has been spotted on Bluetooth SIG web-site as properly carrying the design quantity SM-A013F/DS. The listing highlights that the future Samsung Galaxy A01 Main will assistance Bluetooth v5. It was also spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance with dual-band Wi-Fi 02.11b/g/n.

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