Samsung is now making it to the front page as its upcoming Galaxy A11 is slowly approaching the launch day, and everyone is awaiting it.
The mobile device has now been found on a US FCC – also known as the Federal Communications Commission – certification, that unveiled details about the handset, such as the battery specifications and the design.
The FCC listing depicts sketches of the mobile device, showcasing a raw depiction of how the handset is allegedly going to look like. It appears that Samsung intends to release a few more smartphones in the Galaxy A series in 2020.
Triple Camera Module and Powerful Battery
As per the FCC listing, the Samsung Galaxy A11 is going to be the regular model. The mobile device is depicted sporting the SM-A115F model number, which suggests that the phone will feature a 4,000 mAh battery that is not removable, similar to that on the Galaxy A10.
The renders of the smartphone are also depicting the design of the back panel, which shows a triple camera module, and a LED flash.
The rear camera array appears to be an upgrade the previous model has. Also, the FCC listing showcases the fact that the camera module is placed vertically, at the top-left corner of the panel. The fingerprint scanner is located on the rear side of the device as well, in the middle.
In addition, the report implies that the mobile phone will sport a 3.5mm audio jack, but there are no other details available to suggest the specs of the Samsung Galaxy A11.
More Samsung Galaxy A11 specs
Not long ago, the smartphone was found on a Geekbench listing, which implied that it runs on Android 10, and it is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 625 processor, packing 2GB of RAM.
As per another prior leak, the Samsung Galaxy A11 is believed to pack 32GB of storage space. The tech giant has, however, not confirmed the release date of the Galaxy A11 series yet, but they will soon.