20 February 2020
Samsung is reportedly having a new smartphone from its Galaxy A-series called the Galaxy A11 in works and a few details on that have been surfaced. The tech site 91Mobiles claims to have obtained the image of the Galaxy A11 frame that reveals the device has a punch-hole display.
As can be seen in the image, the alleged Samsung Galaxy A11 is holding a tiny punch-hole on the top-left corner of the display. The obtained image only shows the front of the device, so we can’t comment on what is available on the back, though the tech site cites its sources and shares that the device is holding triple rear cameras, the placement of which is unknown.
It remains unclear what will be the specifications of these cameras but we look for more details to join soon. However, the obtainer of the tip has learned that the Galaxy A11 is said to be carrying a larger battery possibly between 5,000mAH to 6,000mAH capacity. This contradicts the previous FCC listing, where the alleged device was spotted with a 4,000mAH battery.
The Galaxy A11 is likely to support the 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity and it could come with 128GB onboard storage and may run Android 10 with One UI 2.0 custom skin on top. It is speculated that the Galaxy A11 could bear an HD + display.
We assume more details are yet to join and reveal more about the device. So, let’s just wait and see if the given details turn out true or not.