Samsung has again launched an entry-level smartphone in India. The name of the new handset of the company is Samsung Galaxy M02. The price of the phone is very low, less than 7000 rupees. But in terms of that low price, the phone has some interesting features. It includes a 5,000mAh battery, a MediaTek processor and a dual rear camera setup.
Samsung Galaxy M02 Smartphone Price and Availability –
The Galaxy M02 smartphone is priced at just Rs 6,999 in India. The phone has only one storage option. And those 3GB + 32GB storage variants are priced at Rs 6,999. However, Samsung has also set a starting price for this Galaxy model from Amazon India, which is only Rs 6,799. The first sale of this Galaxy M02 smartphone will start from February 9 in Samsung’s online store, Amazon India and various retail stores.
Samsung Galaxy M02 Smartphone Specifications –
Display – This Galaxy M02 model has a notched display and has special textures in black, blue, Gray and red on the back panel. This smartphone has a 6.5-inch HD + Infinity-V display.
RAM, Storage and Processor – For speed and multitasking, the phone is powered by MediaTek’s excellent processor, paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage variants. This storage can be expanded up to 1TB with the help of microSD card.
Camera – This Galaxy M02 smartphone has a dual rear camera setup with a primary sensor of 13MP. There is also a 2MP macro camera sensor. This new Galaxy model has a 5MP front facing sensor for selfies and video calling.
Connectivity – Samsung’s latest entry-level smartphone has 4G LTE, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, A-GPS, USB-Type C port and more options in terms of connectivity.
Battery power and weight – The battery of this Galaxy M02 model is also quite powerful because it has a 5,000mAh battery, which supports 10W fast-charging. The phone weighs only 206 grams.
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