Ever since the Korean tech giant has started revamping the Samsung Galaxy A-series since last year, it has shifted its focus to mid-ranged (and budget-minded) models as well. And the newest member to join this next-gen Galaxy A-lineup is the Samsung Galaxy A11.
Samsung A11 has already secured an FCC certification which gives us a look into the partial spec sheet of the phone. And since FCC has signed it off, its release shouldn’t be far off.
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The certification details the optics hardware and battery specifications, and if you go by these details, the Galaxy A11 is shaping up to be your run-of-the-mill entry-level smartphone that will be available at an affordable Samsung price tag. You get a typical iterative spec bump in the form of a 4,000 mAh power cell but the camera upgrade is the one worth mentioning.
Unlike the single-module camera on the Galaxy A10, the Samsung A11 features a triple-camera setup. We don’t have the specs details for the lenses themselves, but healthy speculation suggests that the secondary lenses might be a pair of 2-megapixel depth and macro shooters.
Pictured below, the FCC images also showcase a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. As for the internals, the Galaxy A11, the chipset is to receive an upgrade too. Instead of the dated Exynos 7884, you’re looking at either a Snapdragon 625 or a Snapdragon 626 SoC. So, we might get a subtle increase in performance.
No information yet about the variants or the respective Samsung prices but Galaxy A11, bearing the model number M-A115F, was also spotted on a Wi-Fi Alliance certification, which confirmed the memory configuration to be 2 GB+32 GB. The certification also reveals that A11 will run on Android-10-based One UI 2.0 right out of the box.
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The battery itself is rated 3,900 mAh battery, but there’s no mention of fast-charging capabilities. And the rear-shell is offered in Red, White, blue, and black color options.