Samsung launched the Galaxy M01 in June 2020, featuring a 5.7-inch PLS IPS display. On the top, the phone boots with Android 10 paired with 32GB of internal storage and 3GB RAM. Under the hood, the phone is powered by an Octa-core processor based on Snapdragon 439 Chipset. The rear panel houses a 13MP + 2MP dual rear camera while a 5MP selfie camera is placed on the other side.
Note: The update tracker will be updated with every build released for the device.
Galaxy M01 Updates Tracker
- [August 29, 2023]: Samsung is releasing the August 2023 security patch for Samsung Galaxy M01 with the M315FXXU3CWH2 firmware version in India. The latest update brings security improvements, bug fixes and stability optimizations to deliver a better experience.
- [January 10, 2023]: The latest software update for the Galaxy M01 is rolling out in Russia with firmware version M015FXXU4CVL3. The Galaxy M02s is getting its latest update in Nepal with firmware version M025FXXS4CVK1.
- [July 15, 2022]: Samsung is spinning off a major software update for the Galaxy M01 smartphone in India. The package bears the firmware version M015GXXU4CVF6 that carries the goodness of Android 12. Besides the extensive features of the OS, the company is tweaking it with One UI 4.0 modifications as well. On top, the privacy of the device is improved as it includes the June 2022 security patch.
- [August 20, 2021]: The Galaxy M01 smartphone is grabbing month-old safety maintenance in India. The July 2021 security patch is arriving on the firmware version M015GXXU3BUH1. The package addresses around 20 security and privacy-related bugs but it does not carry any fresh feature or addition.
- [April 28, 2021]: The Galaxy M01 is receiving an Android 11 based One UI 3.1. After flashing the update, the safety level has reached to March 2021 patch. It carries the build number M015GXXU3BUD9, which weighs less than 1.5GB in size. Visit our dedicated article to look for the fresh feature the package carries.
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The OTA firmware will have a phase-wise rollout for testing. So, don’t get impatient if it takes some time to hit your phone. The update can also be checked manually via Settings > Software updates and check for the updates. If the update popups, tap on download and install to experience the latest security patch.