“Samsung Galaxy A11 is expected to come with 128GB storage, Android 10 with One UI 2.0 and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor”
Samsung Galaxy A11 had recently bagged Wi-Fi certification with Android 10 OS. Now, it has received the FCC certification, revealing key specifications and design. The handset is tipped to have a triple rear camera setup at the back alongside a traditional fingerprint sensor for security. The Samsung Galaxy A11 will sport a 4,000mAh battery, but we’re not sure if it would offer fast-charging support. The volume buttons and the power button are on the right side, while the SIM tray is on the left side.
Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy A11 is expected to come with 128GB of onboard storage that should be further expandable via a microSD card, and the phone will support 2.4GHz single-band Wi-Fi. It’s possible the handset could come with an upgraded processor and improved optics over the Samsung Galaxy A10. Since it is bagging all the required certifications, one can hope the launch is right around the block. Unfortunately, that’s all we know about the Samsung Galaxy A11.
Separately, Samsung Galaxy S20 series is scheduled to launch on February 11th ahead of the MWC 2020 show, and this week 91mobiles brought exclusive official renders of the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra smartphones revealing their designs from all angles. The phones are expected to ship with the Snapdragon 865 SoC, run on Android and have a centre-positioned punch-hole cutout for selfie snapper. All the models in the line-up could come with 5G connectivity, but the availability could be limited. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, which is the high-end variant in the series is said to come with up to 16GB RAM and 5,000mAh battery with 45W fast charging support. As for the optics, it could rock a 108MP primary sensor, a 48MP telephoto lens with 10x optical zoom, 12MP ultra-wide-lens and a ToF sensor.