Two of Samsung’s most recent budget phones, the Galaxy A11 and Galaxy A21s, have been officially launched in Brazil. The two devices are available starting today and support pages on Samsung’s Brazil portal are already live.
Once the store pages themselves will also be up and running, customers in Brazil will be able to buy the Galaxy A11 and Galaxy A21s for 1,699 real ($345) and 1,999 real ($406), respectively.
A Galaxy A11 with 64GB of storage
The Galaxy A11 has already been launched in a couple of markets but this is the first time, as far as we’re aware, when Samsung mentions a second storage variant with a capacity higher than 32GB. According to Samsung Brazil, the Galaxy A11 has 64GB of storage and 3GB of RAM instead of 32GB of memory. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A21s in Brazil has the expected 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Both phones have a microSD slot capable of reading cards of up to 1TB.
Although the Galaxy A21s isn’t a lot more expensive than the A11, it does offer better hardware all around, so it might be worth the extra investment. Compared to the Galaxy A11, the Galaxy A21s has a slightly bigger (by 0.1-inch) display, an Exynos 850 chipset, higher-resolution cameras, and a larger-by-1000mAh battery.
Samsung is launching the Galaxy A11 in Brazil in black, blue, and red. The Galaxy A21s has a black, blue, or white finish.