Samsung Galaxy A11 Spotted on US FCC: 4000mAh Battery, Triple Rear Camera

Samsung Galaxy A11 is rumored to have been spotted on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification site, and the phone is listed to pack with a 4000mAh battery and a triple rear camera setup. While the battery capacity doesn’t see an upgrade from its Samsung Galaxy A10, the camera sees a considerate upgrade.

The Samsung Galaxy phone’s FCC sketches also suggest that the phone may sport a rear fingerprint sensor as well. The company planning to release some more mobiles in Galaxy A series this year, and the Galaxy A11 is likely to be an entry-level smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy A11 mobile was spotted with a model number SM-A115F on FCC. This also mentions that the upcoming Galaxy phone will sport a 4000mAh battery like Galaxy A10.

A significant upgrade from the previous version is a triple camera setup on the backside that is spotted on the Samsung Galaxy A11 design frame. In the Galaxy A11 sketch, the three cameras are aligned vertically.

The sketch also reveals a rear fingerprint sensor at the back and a small indent on top hints at the integration of the 3.5mm audio jack.

As per the leaked information, the Samsung Galaxy A11 is tipped to run on Android 10, and powered by Snapdragon 625 SoC. It said to be packed with 2GB RAM and at least 32GB of internal storage.

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