Tech world makes a lot of news and focuses on the flagship models like the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, iPhone 12, Huawei P40, etc. But not all phones are the best selling. Most of the time the mid-rangers which creates the best value for money. Samsung got huge success from this range and planned to release Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 following its predecessors. Another huge success was Galaxy A10. And the successor Samsung Galaxy A11 is coming soon too.
Early February, an image of the Samsung Galaxy A11’s back panel was visualized. That revealed a triple camera setup. All those cameras were in the upper-left corner aligned vertically. Yesterday, another press render leaked. It gave us our closest look at the Galaxy A11. It also revealed a few more bits about it. We can now guess a much clearer picture of what’s coming out with Galaxy A11.
Cameras of Samsung Galaxy A11
The leaked image reveals that Galaxy A11 will come with a display having a punch hole in the top-left corner. For selfie, there could be an 8MP front camera. Around the back, we already knew it will have a triple camera setup with a 13MP primary camera. That 13MP camera will be one of three rear cameras, but the specifications of the other two cameras are not known yet. These modules may find themselves in a polycarbonate shell. That will also house the device’s fingerprint sensor.
Display, Memory and Battery
There are a couple of recent leaks with information about the Galaxy A11. The information source also shared some specifications, claiming the device will feature a 6.4-inch LCD Display. From previous rumors, we know the Galaxy A11 will have a built-in storage of 128 GB. The Galaxy A11 passed through FCC last month and revealed that it will have a 4,000 mAh battery.
Fingerprint Sensor and the Jacks
But this time, we can see an oval-shaped fingerprint reader on the back panel. The biggest change from the A10 to the A11 is the apparent inclusion of that fingerprint sensor on the back panel. We can’t tell from the images if the A11 will have a USB Type-C port or a micro USB port like Galaxy A10.
You can also see the power button and volume rocker placed on the right side of the phone, with the 3.5mm headphone jack at the top.
Release to the Market
Samsung is yet to reveal pricing or availability for the Galaxy A11. As mentioned last month, the Samsung Galaxy A11 is going to be making its way over to the US. However, at this point, we are unsure of when that will happen. Also, the price is yet to be revealed.
Considering the Galaxy A11 is a budget smartphone, we could see it launching on several prepaid carriers and MVNOs in the US. Like Boost Mobile, Cricket or even MetroPCS. Considering the Galaxy A10e (which was a very slightly altered version of the Galaxy A10) was available on Cricket, Verizon, Metro PCS, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Boost Mobile. We wouldn’t be too surprised to see the same happen for the Galaxy A11.
The Galaxy A10 was the best selling Android smartphone of 2019 in the US, so the successor supposed to be just as successful.