Yesterday, Samsung officially released the new entry Galaxy A11 on the Thai official website. It uses an Infinity-O screen design and is priced at 5199 baht (about $162).
The Samsung Galaxy A11 uses a 6.4-inch TFT LCD screen. The latter has a resolution of 1560 × 720 pixels. And this is one of the most disappointing features of the phone because no top manufacturer uses such a low-res screen on its handsets anymore. Anyway, the phone is relatively lightweight in comparison to the current ‘goons’. Its weight is 177 grams. Also, our protagonist supports dual SIM card functions, and has a rear fingerprint sensor.
As for configuration, the newly announced Samsung Galaxy A11 carries an octa-core processor under the hood. It is clocked at 1.8GHz. Interestingly, the company doesn’t specify the processor model. There’s an option to choose between 2GB/3GB of RAM with a fixed 32GB of onboard expandable storage. It has a built-in 4000mAh battery, which supports 15W fast charge. And the rest of the features include a USB-C interface, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and Bluetooth 4.2.
Coming to cameras, the front-facing camera houses an 8MP f/2.0 aperture selfie snapper while the rear setup consists of a 13MP main shooter, a 5MP ultra-wide lens, and a 2MP depth sensor.
This is an entry-level smartphone. So it’s logical why there is not much information concerning this handset. But it once again shows the South Korean manufacturer continues releasing low-end and mid-range handsets along with its flagship phones to capture as big market share as possible.