There are lots of upcoming Samsung smartphones this year and a lot of them are mainly for the midrange market. A new midrange device dubbed the Galaxy A11 has received FCC certification. This smartphone is going to succeed the Galaxy A10.
Few days ago, it got Wi-Fi certification which reveals that the smartphone is going to be coming with Android 10. Now, it has received FCC certification which also revealed some key specifications of the phone as well as the design.
First off, the smartphone is going to arrive with a triple rear camera setup which is a lot of upgrade considering the fact that the Samsung Galaxy A10 came with only a single rear camera. The fingerprint sensor that is not present on the A10 will now be coming with the A11.
Another upgrade comes from the battery capacity, FCC reveals that the Samsung Galaxy A11 will come with a bigger 4,000mAh battery which is 500mAh higher than the one on the Galaxy A10. The button placement here are same with the Galaxy A10.
You get a volume rockers and the power button on the right spine while the SIM slot and the Micro SD card slot is on the left spine. One of the features on the Galaxy A11 that blew everyone away is that the internal storage will be 128GB.
That’s huge considering the fact that the A10 only came with a 32GB internal storage. As if that is not enough, FCC reveals that there is a Micro SD card slot where you can expand the storage even higher. It’s WiFi certification reveals that it will support 2.4GHz single-band Wi-Fi.
With all this huge upgrade, one can expect that the chipset on this device will be higher than the one on the A10. Also, the cameras on this phone are going to be top notch. Since it is bagging all the required certifications, one can hope the launch is right around the block.
That’s all we know about the Galaxy A11, hopefully it will cross GeekBench soon which will reveal it’s hardware aspects.