Apparently, Samsung is preparing a big simultaneously launch for its 2020 mid-range series. After the great success in the mid-range segment thanks to the revamped A-series and M-series, the Korean firm will not take so long with the sequels. After all, it wants to keep the slice of the cake that it took from Chinese firms in markets such as India. Yesterday, the Galaxy A51 appeared through Wi-Fi alliance certification documents. Today it was time for the Galaxy M31 to receive the same paperwork. Now, the Galaxy A11 and M11 also decided to pay a visit to the network regulatory agency.
The listing reveals that both handsets will run Android 10 straight out the box. It also means that Samsung’s latest OneUI 2.0 will also be in tow. The Galaxy M11 bears model number SM-M115F/DS and the A11 boasts SM-A115F/DS. Worth noting that these two handsets only support single-band 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity. The Galaxy M31, in counterpart, comes with support for both 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks.
Information about the Galaxy M11 is rather scarce at the moment. But we know, at least, that this handset will be available in blue, black and violet color options. Other than that, both the A11 and M11 are expected to be just incremental upgrades over the last year’s models. The design may be slightly different but we don’t expect advanced cameras coming in the entry-level duo.