Samsung Galaxy A11 Spotted on US FCC With 4,000mAh Battery

The Samsung Galaxy A11 is believed to have been spotted on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification site, and the phone has been given a 4,000mAh battery and sport triple triple rear camera setup. While the battery does not see an upgrade from its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy A10, the camera sees a substantial upgrade. The FCC sketch of the phone also shows that the phone can also sport a rear fingerprint sensor. The phone is scheduled to be released in the Galaxy A series this year, and the Galaxy A11 is likely to be deployed as an entry-level offer.

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The Samsung Galaxy A11 was spotted on the FCC with model number SM-A115F. This list mentions that the upcoming phone will sport a 4,000mAh battery similar to the predecessor of the Galaxy A10. While this is very seamless detail, the eye-catching bit is in the sketch which shows the possible rear design frame of the Galaxy A11. This shows that the Galaxy A11 may have a triple camera setup at the back. This is a significant upgrade from the Galaxy A10 which had only one rear camera. All three cameras are vertically aligned at the rear, but specifics are not currently known.

The sketch reveals the fingerprint sensor at the rear, and a small hint at the top indicating integration on the 3.5mm audio jack. In addition, the FCC listing suggests that there is little else. This listing was first viewed by Sammobile.

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Based on a recent Geekbench listing, the Samsung Galaxy A11 has been tipped to run on Android 10, is powered by Snapdragon 625 SoC, and packs 2GB of RAM. A previous report about the Samsung Galaxy A11 states that it will offer at least 32 GB of internal storage. Unfortunately, there is no word yet on the phone’s launch date.

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