Samsung Galaxy A11 Specifications Revealed Ahead Of Launch

Galaxy A11 back side leak

The Samsung Galaxy A11 specifications have just been revealed. 91mobiles has shared its specs prior to the phone’s launch.

Truth be said, we still do not know when exactly will the phone drop, but it’ll happen soon. The Galaxy A10 arrived back in February last year, so it makes sense for the A11 to arrive by the end of this month, or in March.

The Galaxy A10 was actually the best-selling Android smartphone of 2019, if a recent report is to be believed. Samsung’s Galaxy A lineup of devices is usually its most best-selling lineup, despite the fact high-end phones get more publicity, and are better known.


The Galaxy A11 specifications have been revealed, a budget phone is coming

The Galaxy A11 will, if leaked info is to be believed, feature three cameras on the back. Those cameras will be vertically-aligned, and the camera module will be placed in the top-left corner.

Now, as far as the Galaxy A11 specifications, 91mobiles revealed quite a few of them. The phone will feature a 6.2-inch HD+ (1520 x 720) IPS LCD display.

The phone will be fueled by the Samsung Exynos 7 Octa processor. The device will also be equipped with 3GB of RAM, and a 5,000mAh battery. You’ll recharge that battery via the phone’s Type-C USB port.


The phone will include three cameras on the back

On the back of the Galaxy A11, you’ll be able to find 13, 5, and 2-megapixel cameras. A single 8-megapixel camera will be placed on the front side of the phone.

Chances are that the phone will sport 32GB of internal storage. We’re still not sure if that storage will be expandable, but it was on the Galaxy A10.

So, the Galaxy A11 will be more powerful than its predecessor. It will include more cameras, though, and those camera sensors will be more powerful as well.


Android 10 will almost certainly come pre-installed on the Galaxy A11. On top of it, you’ll be able to find Samsung’s custom UI.

Along with the Galaxy A11, Samsung will probably announce several other devices. The Galaxy A21 and A31 may become official, maybe even the Galaxy A51. The company trademarked a lot of names for the Galaxy A series, so it’s anyone’s guess.

If Samsung does unveil more than one phone, chances are that the other Galaxy A devices will be more powerful than the Galaxy A11, but we’ll see.