A new leak reveals the Samsung Galaxy A11 is a triple-camera, 4000mAh battery device
The Samsung Galaxy A11 has been cleared by the Federal Communications Commission. This documentation shows that it will offer a 4000mAh battery with a rear-facing fingerprint sensor. Therefore, it could be a fairly standard new budget smartphone prospect in the US soon.
Samsung has put its Galaxy A10 successor through FCC testing, suggesting that it will be sold on the US smartphone market soon. This official certfication shows that the A11 (or SM-A115M) has a 4000mAh battery, housed in a chassis measuring about 6 inches in total.
This suggests that the device will have a relatively small display, but may last longer on a single charge for all that. Its new documentation also shows that this budget phone fails to move on from the rear-facing fingerprint reader in 2020. It does has triple rear cameras - however, some of its higher-end siblings such as the A51 and A71 have 4.
The FCC, as always, is not a source of further information on the new phone's internals. However, there are indications that it is likely to get RAM and storage upgrades compared to the A10. In any case, it may not be the lowest-powered 2020 Galaxy A out there: it will be joined by an A0x model for the first time, which may end up pitched at an even lower tier than its predecessor.
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