Galaxy A11 should join the Galaxy M11 on the market soon
Samsung stealthily unveiled the Galaxy A11 a couple of months ago without making a formal announcement, and the budget phone might be nearing an actual market launch, seeing how it’s been certified by Bluetooth SIG earlier today.
Prior to its quiet addition to Samsung’s website, the Galaxy A11 was also certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance roughly four months ago, so there aren’t many formalities left before the device can be released to the public. Evidently, since the phone’s specs have already been revealed by Samsung a couple of months back, the recent Bluetooth approvals don’t reveal anything new about what makes the Galaxy A11 tick.
Waiting for the Galaxy A11? You might want to consider the Galaxy M11
The Galaxy A11 is technically in the same class as the Galaxy M11, the latter of which is available for purchase in various markets. Much like the Galaxy M11, Samsung’s budget phone from the Galaxy A series has a 6.4-inch TFT LCD display with an Infinity-O design and an HD+ resolution, a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, three rear-facing cameras including a 13MP main, 5MP ultra-wide, and 2MP depth sensor, as well as an 8MP selfie shooter.
Samsung could be preparing to release the Galaxy A11 soon, but for now, the Galaxy M11 is filling the spot in the budget segment and will continue to do so in many markets even after the A11’s launch.