Samsung may be up to something different this time around with the forthcoming Galaxy A11 whose news had filled the internet lately. Just this past month, the Samsung smartphone was spotted at the database of the FCC where few and likely specifications were revealed.
Also, an approval is said to have been received from the Wi-Fi Alliance which leads to some pressumed specs-list of the device according to a reliable source what to expect from the forthcoming Galaxy A11.
Samsung Galaxy A11 specifications (Rumored)
Based on the information that got leaked through the FCC, the Halaxy A11’s model number is SM-A115 which is expected to vome with a large 6.5-inch IPS LCD display which will feature HD+ resolution.
Based on leaks, the device will sport a hole-punch display and run the latest Android 10 OS and the One UI. As for the powers there isn’t anything specific about the device.
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As for the rear camera setup, the device is said to be equipped with a triple shooter which includes a 13-MP main sensor. But the full spec-list of the back cameras is also yet unknown.
For shooting selfies, it has a front camera of 8-megapixel. The smartphone is expected to come equipped with a large internal storage of 128 GB.
The previous Galaxy A10S will be replaced by the Galaxy A11 with the latter sporting a 4,000 mAh battery and a USB-C charging port.
There is also no confirmation on whether it will be equipped with fast charging technology. It will be arriving with a rear-facing fingerprint reader. The usual connectivity features such as dual SIM support, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi and GPS will be also available on the device.
And speaking of the price-point, the device could be sold at about $139 (NG₦ 50,874 / SAR 2,174 ) but of course that’s not a confirmed price just yet.
As for the announcement, it’s expected to be made by March and the device is expected to be sold in four different colors which includes Red, Blue, Black and White. But there is nothing much to know just yet about the device which is why we’ll keep on looking in for more information sso stay tuned and subscribe to our newsletter.