A couple of days ago, we came to know that Samsung is working on a new M-series smartphone, the Galaxy M11, thanks to the listing of the device on the Google Play Console. Going by the name, the Galaxy M11 is going to be a successor to the Galaxy M10s. Now, the Galaxy M11 has been certified through a Taiwanese certification agency, NCC. The listing of the device on NCC reveals real-life images of the smartphone and its certification documents, which shed light on a few key features of the phone. Let us have a look.
Samsung Galaxy M11 Leaked Through NCC
As you can see in the real-life images, the Galaxy M11 has a display with a punch-hole mounted at the top left corner of the screen. At the back, the Galaxy M11 has a triple camera setup with an LED flash, and a fingerprint scanner. At the bottom, you get a USB Type-C port and a speaker grill, and at the top, you have the 3.5mm audio jack. The power and volume buttons are mounted to the right-hand side of the device and SIM card tray to the left-hand side. There is an image of the battery in the certification documents, which reveals that it has a 5000mAh capacity. Another image shows the charger of the phone, which reveals that the Galaxy M11 will come with 15W charging.
An image of the rear panel of the Galaxy M11 that has a sticker on it, reveals that one of the storage options of the Galaxy M11 will include a 32GB variant. And Black will be one of the color variants of the smartphone. Lastly, the documents of the Galaxy M11 on NCC show that the model number of the device is SM-M115F/DSN, just like the previous leaks of the phone had suggested. Now that Samsung has started the certification process for the Galaxy M11, we can safely say that its development is complete and its launch is imminent.