New leaks suggest the Samsung Galaxy A11 will bring punch-holes to the budget end of the market
Earlier, authoritative leaks indicate that the Samsung Galaxy A10's successor will have a 4000mAh battery. This detail is corroborated in a new leak by Ishan Agarwal, along with a list of others that may further flesh out the device ahead of launch. This spec-list, published in collaboration with 91Mobiles, also includes a 6.4-inch LCD screen and up to 128GB of internal storage.
This is embellished further with additional leaks on the same phone from AndroidHeadlines. This outlet asserts that the A11 will have 3GB of RAM and an "Exynos 7"-series SoC. Despite these distinctly low-end attributes, however, the same outlet's latest render shows that it may also have a punch-hole for the selfie camera.
Both sets of leaks dovetail in respect to the sensor in this HD+ panel: it is said to be 8MP. The Galaxy A11 is also now known to have triple rear cameras, the primary lens of which is now believed to be 13MP in size. These modules may find themselves in a polycarbonate shell, which will also house the device's fingerprint sensor.
Samsung is yet to reveal pricing or availability for the Galaxy A11. However, it is almost certainly coming to the US, and is also now rumored to launch in India as well. These events may inform the direction and fortunes of entry-level phones in 2020.