The Samsung Galaxy M11 is revealed to have a punch-hole display and a 3.5mm jack
Samsung is currently in the process of updating its cost-effective Galaxy M (and A) series of smartphones for 2020. A new leak suggests that one of the next devices to see a successor will be the Galaxy M10. It was saddled with a micro-USB port last year; however, it looks like this discrepancy has been addressed in its replacement.
This hint as to the M11's upgraded nature come from images allegedly found on the NCC's database. They pertain to a new phone called the Samsung SM-M11F/DSN, and show a small-ish form-factor (about 150mm in total length) with an updated data/charging port and a headphone jack. It has a 5000mAh battery, which, while generous for a device of its probable tier, will not touch the M21's confirmed 6000mAh capacity.
It also now appears that the M11 will step up to triple cameras this year: not that much of a surprise, as the M10 had dual 13+5MP shooters. This new certification does not reveal any internal specs for the phone, besides a mention of a 32GB internal storage option. Therefore, it seems the Galaxy M11's launch in Thailand is imminent.