Samsung Galaxy A11 Goes Official, Features Triple Rear Cameras

Samsung has launched a new mid-range smartphone… the Samsung Galaxy A11. This device has been listed on the company’s official website with a number of specs and renders made available.

The Samsung Galaxy A11 has a triple rear camera setup that is vertically placed in the top left corner of the phone’s back panel. It also features a front camera found in the top left corner in a punch hole on the phone’s display.

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Samsung Galaxy A11

The Samsung Galaxy A11 has a display that is the same size as the S10+ with a 6.4-inch HD+ (720 × 1560 pixels) Infinity-O Display. The phone comes with a 1.8GHz octa-core processor that will function in tandem with 2GB/3GB RAM. The onboard storage is pegged at 32GB and can be expanded to a larger 512GB (through a microSD card).

The triple rear camera setup houses a 13MP main camera with a 2MP secondary sensor and a 5MP tertiary sensor. The Samsung Galaxy A11 features an 8MP selfie camera incorporated in a punch-hole display. The Samsung Galaxy A11 comes with a 4,000mAh battery that supports fast charging at 15W.

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The smartphone is expected to come in four different color shades – Black, Blue, White and Red. As at the time of this release, Samsung is yet to peg a price on this smartphone, but with the Galaxy A10e costing under $200, this device is expected to be around that range.

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Samsung has made no statements regarding what markets this phone will hit first. It will be exciting to see how this mid-range smartphone will be received in the market and if it will be a hit with smartphone users.

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2 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy A11 Goes Official, Features Triple Rear Cameras”

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  1. The device looks pretty decent in the image and with the 4000mAh battery capacity, that will be another selling point. It’s a mid-range phone and I hope Samsung won’t put too much price on it.

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  2. I don’t see it going above $210, and if Samsung’s price is reasonable, it might be hot cake in the market for individuals looking for good mid-range devices

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