Samsung Galaxy A11 Render Image Surfaces Online, Reveals Design in Entirety


Samsung Galaxy A11

Samsung is working on its next budget smartphone for the year 2020 dubbed Galaxy A11. As the name suggests, it is a successor of the previous Galaxy A10 device. After the key specifications, another leak has revealed the design of the phone in is entirety. The leak comes courtesy of AndroidHeadlines. Apart from Galaxy A11, the chaebol is also working on Galaxy A31 and Galaxy A41 smartphone in its 2020 lineup of devices.

Samsung Galaxy A11 Render Reveals Complete Design

Galaxy A11

As you can see in the render images of the device, the Galaxy A11 will come with a display having a punch-hole cutout on the top left side. There is a sizeable chin at the bottom with thick bezels on the side as well. At the back, there is a triple camera module accompanied by an LED flash. You can also find the physical fingerprint sensor on the rear side. If you look closely, you’ll notice that the fingerprint sensor shape is now oval.

On the right side, you will find the power button along with the volume rocker while the headphone jack is placed at the top. At the bottom, there is a cutout for the charging which should be using USB Type-C port. Looking at the previous leaks and rumors, the upcoming Galaxy A11 device will feature a 6.4-inch IPS LCD display. The triple camera module on the back has a primary sensor of 13MP while the remaining two are still unknown. For selfies, there is an 8MP front shooter inside the cutout. Other specifications include 4000mAh battery, Android 10 with One UI 2.0, Bluetooth and 128GB storage.

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Launch, Availability

Coming to the official launch and availability, the details are still quite scarce at the moment. We’re speculating the device to come with a price tag of INR 10,000 (i.e. roughly $138). Furthermore, we should expect more information to come forward in the coming days.

 

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