“Samsung Galaxy A11 and Galaxy M11 smartphones listings on Wi-Fi Alliance website reveal both will support 2.4GHz Wi-Fi band”
Samsung is working on two new budget smartphones, dubbed the Samsung Galaxy A11 and the Samsung Galaxy M11. Both the devices have inched a step close to launch as both have received Wi-Fi certification, which also reveals some key details about them. Both the Samsung Galaxy A11 and Galaxy M11 smartphones are tipped to feature 128GB of onboard storage, which is double of what their respective predecessors had. To recall, the two smartphones are expected to launch in February this year.
Samsung Galaxy M11 and Galaxy A11 Wi-Fi certifications
As seen in the certification images, both the Samsung Galaxy A11 and the Samsung Galaxy M11 smartphones are seen running on Android 10 out of the box. The OS will most likely be topped with the company’s in-house One UI 2.0. Furthermore, both the devices will operate on a 2.4GHz frequency band, which is par for the course for budget smartphones.
Other than these, the certification does not reveal anything else about the two smartphones. That said, the Samsung Galaxy A11 and the Galaxy M11 are said to be incremental upgrades over their predecessors, so we can certainly expect a slight change in terms of the SoC. As far as the designs of the devices are concerned, it will be a bit of a stretch if we expect too much of a design overhaul coming up with the devices.
Apart from this, it is also reported the Samsung Galaxy M11 smartphone will come in violet colour. Little else is known about the two smartphones at the moment, but we are sure to receive further intel on the same in the days to come.