Samsung Galaxy M11 specifications and renders leaked

Samsung Galaxy M11 specifications and renders leaked

Samsung Galaxy M11 specifications and renders leaked

The company is now reportedly in the works to launch the Samsung Galaxy M11 smartphone soon. The Galaxy M11 will likely become a budget-friendly, entry-level variant of the mid-range M series.

As seen in the leaked render images, the Samsung Galaxy M11 will come in three colour schemes - Black, Purple and Sky Blue.

The Galaxy M11 specs leak reveals that it has a 6.4-inch LCD display. This is located on the top left corner of the device. They have all of the bells and whistles you would expect from a Samsung flagship by now, including decently-performing cameras as well as top-of-the-line internals, but they also have one notable key feature, which is a high refresh rate display. The device is also powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 chipset. The new update of Android 10 also brings the latest security patch. To recall, Samsung Galaxy M11 was last supposedly found in the data source of a Taiwanese regulatory authority as well as the listing tipped the existence of 5,000 mAh battery in the phone. The device has already received various certifications like the Bluetooth SIG certification, Taiwan's NCC certification, and the Wi-Fi Alliance certification, to name a few. It will only support the 2.4GHz band.

Photography of the phone at the rear of the triple camera setup can get, which is 13MP of Prime camera, 5MP ultra wide sensor and 2MP of depth sensors will exist. While some silly wallpapers made you giggle by artistically hiding the hole-punch, others turned out to be functional with some actual use - like Energy Ring, which recently released an app to add a battery indicator around the Galaxy S20's front camera.

Until then, though, the likes of Samsung Galaxy A9 2018, which is not guaranteed an update to One UI 2.1, can only make do with the slightly older One UI 2.0 skin, but still based on the same Android 10 OS.

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