Budget Samsung Galaxy A11 should get a triple camera
Toward the close of last year, Samsung introduced the ultra-budget Galaxy A01, which became the cheapest A-series device. The announcement of the available devices in this line does not end there, and the company is preparing to launch the Galaxy A11, which will replace the Galaxy A10.
Today, the resource 91mobiles published a photo on which the back panel of the news is allegedly captured. There will be no design refinements here, nor will we see the fashionable rectangular platform of the main camera.
Preference is given to three sensors, which are lined up vertically in an oval neckline. There was no place for a fingerprint sensor on the back, and perhaps the model is completely devoid of this method of biometric identification. The back cover itself is made of plastic and painted black.
According to rumors, the Galaxy A11 should offer a Snapdragon 625 chip, 3 GB of RAM, a 32/64 GB flash drive and an Android 10 operating system with One UI 2.0 add-on. It is expected that the novelty will debut in the first quarter of this year.
In addition to the Galaxy A11, the company should in the future introduce the Galaxy A31 and Galaxy A41, as well as the budget Galaxy M11 and Galaxy M21.
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