Earlier this month, an image of the Samsung Galaxy A11's back panel surfaced, revealing a triple camera setup aligned vertically in the upper-left corner. Today, an official-looking press render has leaked, giving us our clearest look yet at the Galaxy A11 while also revealing a few more bits about it.
The image reveals that Galaxy A11 will sport a display having a punch hole in the top-left corner. Around the back, we already know it will have a triple camera setup. But this time, we see an oval-shaped fingerprint reader on the panel.
You can also see the power button and volume rocker placed on the right side of the phone, with the 3.5mm headphone jack at the top.
From previous rumors, we know the Galaxy A11 will have 128GB of storage onboard. Now we've got a few more specs on hand: 6.4" LCD, 13MP primary camera, and an 8MP selfie shooter.
The Galaxy A11 passed through FCC last month, revealing it will pack a 4,000 mAh battery.
We don't know when Samsung will officially unveil the Galaxy A11, but it's rumored to come to India for around INR10,000 ($140/€125), bearing model code SM-A115. It will arrive in the US as well.
@Anonomyous I don't know about you, but I've bought about 100 Samsung A10s in 2019. Only £115 each, micro USB means they're compatible with the hundreds of charging cables my company already has, plastic casing means they can be drpped and won'...
Still, somehow, A10 managed to be in the top 5 phones in sale, worldwide for 2019. I guess, because of great shiny plastic, there is a lot nostalgic people
I agree with you