While we are waiting for the Galaxy A31 to launch in the coming weeks, Samsung has quietly made its entry-level Galaxy A11- the successor to the Galaxy A10 and Galaxy A10s- official on its website, revealing most of its specs. However, the Galaxy A11 is yet to get a release date as well as information about the markets the phone will make into.
The Galaxy A11 comes with some enhancements over its predecessors. The Galaxy A11 now tacks on a triple-rear camera setup on the back and features a bigger display with a hole-punch cutout instead of a dew-drop notch present in its predecessors.
The Galaxy A11 is listed with four color options such as Black, Blue, Red, and White. As the smartphone is geared towards entry-level it features a plastic back along with the plastic frame.
The smartphone has a fingerprint scanner and a vertically aligned triple camera module at the back. The front-mounted punch-hole cutout is placed on the top-left corner while the volume rocker and power button are lined on the right edge of the phone.
- Samsung Galaxy A01 announced with octa-core SoC and dual-rear cameras
- Samsung Galaxy A71 and A51 launched with Infinity-O display and Quad rear cameras
The Galaxy A11 is built around a 6.4-inch LCD HD+ (720x1560p) display. On the inside, the smartphone is fueled by an octa-core 1.8GHz SoC although the name of it remains unspecified. The processor will be paired with 2GB/3GB RAM and 32GB built-in storage, which can be expanded up to 512GB via microSD card.
Moving to the camera, the triple-rear camera setup includes a 13MP main sensor with f/1.8 aperture, a 2MP secondary sensor with f/2.4 aperture, and a 5MP tertiary sensor with f/2.2 aperture. Upfront, the punch-hole hides an 8MP selfie shooter with f/2.0 aperture.
The smartphone measures 161.4×76.3×8.0mm and weighs 177 grams including a 4,000mAh battery inside that is equipped with 15W fast charging support.
Other details of the Galaxy A11 are so far not known since they are yet to be listed. Nevertheless, as the smartphone is expected to be launched in the coming days those bits of information will likely come to the fore quite soon.
Back in December last year Samsung had launched two low to upper mid-rangers, the Galaxy A51 and the Galaxy A71 with Infinity-O display and quad-rear camera setup. The devices are the successors to the Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A70 from last year.