Samsung Galaxy A11 launches with triple rear camera system and an Infinity-O punchhole cutout display

by Ray Kyle De Castro | March 17, 2020 8:04 pm

The Samsung Galaxy A11

Samsung has unveiled their latest budget device in their popular A series segment of devices. This is the Samsung Galaxy A11. This device sits at the lower end of the series. The device was discovered on Samsung’s official global website. Press renders and official specifications were spotted as well.

Specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A11 include an Infinity-O display, this features a punchhole cutout at the top left corner which houses the selfie camera. For the RAM, the said device has two variants, either equipped with 2GB or 3GB. The device is powered by an unknown octa-core processor with clock speeds of 1.8GHz. Loaded inside is 32GB of storage and is expandable via Micro SD card.


Noticeable on the rear is the triple camera system encapsuled inside an oval module on the top left. Other features found on the rear is the flash, which is beside the camera module. The rear fingerprint scanner is also located at the center of the rear. 

Renders showing the front and rear of the device

It is also identified that face recognition is also present as one of its biometric security measures.


Camera specifications include a 13MP as the main sensor, a 2MP and a 5MP shooter. Either of which are still unknown of what their usage is. It is safe to assume that one of them is for depth assistance and for the other an ultra-wide or for macro shots. 


The device will come in four colors, black, blue, red, and white. And will feature a 4000mAh battery with 15W fast charging capabilities.

 
Local availability is yet to be announced. 

Source: via 91mobiles[1]

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  1. 91mobiles: https://www.91mobiles.com/hub/samsung-galaxy-a11-launch-specifications-design-triple-rear-cameras/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

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