Samsung might have killed off every other letter in the midrange section to leave only the Galaxy A and Galaxy M units, but they have not done a good job of keeping the launches spaced out. While we are still reeling from some midrange launches, the company is now on track to bring us a Galaxy M11 too.
Note that this device has already gotten a certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance and been spotted on the Google Play Console too. The only thing left for us to see is an announcement of the official launch date.
Before that, though, we now have access to the press renders of the phone as well as some specs to get with it.
The juicy specs are the ones that tell us this unit will have a 6.4-inch screen with a single 8MP camera on the front. The back of the phone will be home to a triple camera setup, led by a 13MP main snapper and followed up by a 5MP and 2MP snapper.
Under the hood, users will be able to choose between 3GB or 4GB of RAM. No matter which they go for, though, they get the options of 32GB or 64GB internal space – and they can still expand that as much as they want.
Finally, this Android 10-powerd unit will have the older One UI 2.0 and use a 5000mAh battery supported on 15W fast charging. If you would like to get your hands on one of this, know that there are color options of Black, Purple and Sky Blue to choose from.