Last year in March, Samsung launched its first budget range “A” series phone called Galaxy A10. After the original A10 company also launched A10s with some upgrades. And it seems that Samsung will do the same thing this year launching A11 with some upgrades of course.
In the latest news, Samsung Galaxy A11 is certified by the FCC (Federal Communication Commission). The certificate shows some of the information about hardware consisting Battery and cameras on the website.
According to FCC certificate, Galaxy A11 will feature the same battery of 4000mAh which is already powering the A10. But the durability might improve with better chipset and software enhancements. As per the leaks, Samsung Galaxy A11 will be powered by Snapdragon 625 or 626, which is more powerful then Exynos 7884 in A10. FCC also shows back of the phone containing triple camera setup, LED flash beside and Physical fingerprint scanner. The camera setup is the major upgrade against a single camera on A10 and a dual camera on A10s.
Apart from above specs, Samsung Galaxy A11 will come with 2GB RAM and 32GB storage with microSD slot. One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 is installed out of the box. Last but not least the colour options including Red, White, Blue and Black also available. Samsung did not reveal any details about launching this phone, but the strong date is March 2020, the same month last year A10 as launched.