Samsung Galaxy A11 Key Specs Leaked, Launch Seems Imminent


Samsung Galaxy A11

Samsung is now working on yet another budget smartphone dubbed Galaxy A11 under its A portfolio. The device has already been the subject of numerous leaks in the past couple of months. But this time it is quite different since we now have the key list of specifications for the device. After this new development, there is nothing left to the imagination (except pricing) for the upcoming Galaxy A11 smartphone. Here is the complete spec sheet for the device.

Samsung Galaxy A11: Leaked Specs, Features

As per the new emerging report, the Galaxy A11 will come with the model number SM-A115. It will feature a 6.4-inch IPS LCD display with no information on the resolution and aspect ratio as of now. The previous-gen Galaxy A10 was launched with a 720p panel with an aspect ratio of 19:9. In terms of optics, the device will come with a triple camera module with the primary sensor being a 13MP lens. The details on the other two sensors remain unknown. For selfies, there is an 8MP front snapper hidden underneath the notch.

Powered by 4,000mAh battery inside, the phone will run on the latest Android 10 OS based on the company’s One UI software. In terms of storage, the device will have a 128GB onboard memory option as well. Lastly, we’re looking at 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and USB Type-C port. Sadly, there is no information on the chipset and RAM variants. With that said, we’re looking to receive more information in the coming days.

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Price, Availability

Coming to the price, we’re speculating the phone to come with a price tag of around INR 10,000 (i.e. roughly $138). The company hasn’t revealed any launch details for the device as of now. Although this leak suggests that the device is coming nearer to its official unveiling. For those who’re unaware, Samsung is working on two more devices namely Galaxy A31 and Galaxy A41.

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