Today, we're bringing you the first official look at the Samsung Galaxy A11.
This image lines up perfectly with a number of leaks we've seen recently about the Galaxy A11. Including the fact that it'll have a triple camera setup on the rear and use an Infinity-O display.
The Samsung Galaxy A11 appears to be sporting a plastic. And considering the fact that this is aiming to be a budget smartphone, that would not be a huge surprise. It also has some fairly thick bezels all around the phone, though this is also likely due to the fact that the display is not curved, like some of Samsung's more high-end flagship smartphones.
The Galaxy A11 is definitely a budget device
The specs that we've seen for the Galaxy A11 lead us to believe that this is going to be a very cheap smartphone. It will sport a 6.2-inch HD+ display, an Exynos 7 octa-core processor with 3GB of RAM.
However, it is not a mid-range battery, we're looking at a 5,000mAh capacity battery on this one. Considering the other specs on this device, the battery is going to last quite a long time. Likely a two-day or more battery on this one.
The triple camera on the back is going to be a 13-megapixel main sensor, along with a 5-megapixel and 2-megapixel sensors accompanying it. It's likely that the 2-megapixel sensor will be a "depth sensor". Though it is currently unclear what the 5-megapixel sensor might be, but our money is on ultra wide. The front will get a 8-megapixel sensor in the hole punch, which is off to the left side this time. Perhaps to keep it out of the way of consuming media.
It'll be coming to the US
As it was mentioned last month, the Samsung Galaxy A11 is going to be making its way over to the US. However, at this point, we are unsure of when that will happen.
Considering the Galaxy A11 is a budget smartphone, we could see it launching on several prepaid carriers and MVNOs in the US. Like Boost Mobile, Cricket or even MetroPCS. Considering the Galaxy A10e (which was a very slightly altered version of the Galaxy A10) was available on Cricket, Verizon, Metro PCS, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Boost Mobile. It wouldn't be too crazy to see the same happen for the Galaxy A11.
The Galaxy A10 was the best selling Android smartphone of 2019 in the US, so the successor should be just as successful.