“Samsung Galaxy A11 is expected to come with a punch-hole design, a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and a triple camera setup”
Samsung Galaxy A11 launch could be imminent as the handset had bagged all the required certifications. Recently, 91mobiles had exclusively published the frame of the handset confirming its punch-hole cutout at the top left corner. At the time, sources had also informed us that the smartphone will have triple rear cameras. The same has now been confirmed via images of the Samsung Galaxy A11’s rear panel obtained by us. The images reveal a vertical triple camera setup on the Samsung Galaxy A11 as well as a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The smartphone will have a plastic polycarbonate build and is expected to cost around Rs 10,000 when launched.
Earlier reports have suggested the Samsung Galaxy A11 is expected to come with 128GB of onboard storage, Android 10 with One UI 2.0 on top and have a massive battery capacity. Unfortunately, details regarding the rest of the specifications are scarce at the moment, but we hope it won’t be long before Samsung makes an official announcement about the Samsung Galaxy A11.
Samsung is expected to launch a few smartphone from the Galaxy A and Galaxy M lines back-to-back in the coming weeks. In addition to the Samsung Galaxy A11, the company is also reportedly working on the Galaxy A31 and Galaxy A41. The Samsung Galaxy M21 had recently surfaced on the Bluetooth certification website. The listing revealed the handset’s model number SM-M215F_DS (Dual SIM). It could be powered by the Exynos 9611 SoC, pack 4GB of RAM and run on Android 10 OS. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy M11 was also spotted on the NBTC certification site in Thailand. However, it doesn’t reveal much about the handset. The phones are expected to go official in the next few weeks and will succeed the Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M10, respectively.