Samsung unveils entry-level Galaxy A01 with Infinity-V display and 128GB of storage

Samsung unveils entry-level Galaxy A01 with Infinity-V display and 128GB of storage

If you’ve followed Samsung news lately, you know the company has focused a lot of effort on the A-series. Last week, we saw the Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51 get officially announced. The A-series has traditionally been for mid-range to low-end phones with some features that make them stand out from other “cheap” devices. Today, Samsung very quietly announced another A-series device: the Galaxy A01.

The Samsung Galaxy A01 is a device we didn’t hear anything about before it was announced. The company itself didn’t give much fanfare to the device either, simply publishing the product page on its website. That’s a shame, though, because the device seems to be pretty nice, actually. It has a cheaper body and display, but internals that make up for it.


Let’s start with the front. The Galaxy A01 features a 5.7-inch 720p display with a waterdrop “Infinity-V” notch. This is certainly one of Samsung’s lower-end displays as Super AMOLED is not mentioned. The notch houses the 5MP front-facing camera. Sticking with the cameras, there are two on the back: a 13MP main camera and a 2MP depth sensor.

Inside the Galaxy A01 is an octa-core Quad 1.95 GHz + Quad 1.45GHz processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage that’s expandable via a microSD card. The battery is 3,000 mAh and it does not seem to have a fingerprint scanner. Samsung did not share pricing or release date information, but we can see the device will be available in Red, Blue, and Black.

Galaxy A01
Processor Octa Core (Quad 1.95 GHz + Quad 1.45 GHz)
Body 146.3 x 70.86 x 8.34mm
Display 5.7-inch HD+
Infinity-V display
Camera Rear Main: 13 MP (F2.2)
Depth: 2 MP (F2.4)
Front Selfie: 5 MP (F2.0)
Battery 3,000mAh (typical)
Memory 2GB RAM
16GB Internal Storage
Micro SD slot (up to 512 GB)
SIM 3 slot: 2 Nano SIM + MicroSD
Sensor Proximity, Light, Accelerometer
FM Radio Yes
Color Black, Blue, Red

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Former Managing Editor at XDA-Developers. Lover of all things with displays.

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