Samsung made a bold move in 2019 with the Galaxy A-series. We’ve already talked about the big impact these devices had in Africa. Recent research firms have also confirmed what we kept saying about the A-series of 2019. The Galaxy A10, which was the cheapest of the bunch, was the world’s top-selling Android phone that year. And Samsung, of course, wants to keep things that way. The Galaxy A11 is coming.
The display is a 6.2 inch HD+ LCD screen. The exact resolution is not yet known. The Android version out of the box is Android 10 with ONE UI 2. The device is powered by an Exynos 7 octa-core processor, with 3GB RAM. Internal storage could go up to 128GB. That would be crazy. Of course, you’ll be able to use a MicroSD card.
At the back, there are 3 rear cameras. The main lens is a 13MP sensor. A second 5MP lens could be the wide-angle lens. The third 2MP lens could be a depth sensor for portraits.
At the front, the punch-hole includes an 8MP sensor. This will definitely be a big selling point for this device for many people. Wait and see.
The device will come with a huge 5000mAh battery, and though certain leaks are not sure, some confirm USB Type-C with fast charging.
The phone is expected to launch late March, and to be available immediately in the Kenyan market where it will cost between KES. 9,999 and KES. 13,499.
What are your thoughts on the new Galaxy A11? I bet you this device – if properly priced – will be 2020’s best-selling device. That punch-hole display, that rear camera setup, and that battery size will attract so many people.
Sources: 91Mobiles, and AndroidHeadlines linked in Paragraph 2.