Samsung Galaxy A11 to Get Mid-range Specs, Budget Price Tag and a Punch Hole Display

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It’s been just a few days since Samsung launched its first A-Series device for 2020, the Samsung Galaxy A51 here in India. The company is expected to follow that up with the launch of two other A-Series handsets in the country. These two handsets include the Samsung Galaxy A71 – which will be positioned above the A51 – and the Galaxy A11, which is the likely replacement for the Galaxy A10s from 2019. While we are aware of the spec of the A51 and the A71, until now, there weren’t too many details pertaining to the Galaxy A11. That no longer is the case, thanks to our friends at 91 Mobiles. In a recent post, they have revealed most of the key specifications of this upcoming budget handset from the South Korean electronics giant.

Samsung Galaxy A11 Specifications (Expected)

The Samsung Galaxy A11 is expected to be a significant upgrade over the Galaxy A10s. While we are still in the dark as far as the processor that will be used on the A11, what we do know is that the A11 will feature a triple camera setup at the rear. This is an upgrade over the current dual camera setup used on the A10s. There is little information pertaining to the megapixel count on these cameras at the moment. The report also adds that the A11 will boast of a high capacity battery (between 4,000 and 5000 mAh). This, if true, would be in contrast to an earlier leak, which indicated that the A11 could feature a 4,000 mAh battery.

The Samsung Galaxy A11 could also be offered in a 128GB version and could come with 4GB of RAM as well in the range-topping SKU. The phone will also offer a microSD card slot for memory expansion. The phone will continue to use a TFT LCD display with HD+ resolution. It will also run Samsung’s new One UI 2.0 atop an Android 10 core.

It remains to be seen if the Samsung Galaxy A11 is officially announced at around the same time Samsung officially reveals the new M-Series handsets to the world.

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