Various reports in the past have indicated that Samsung is planning to launch a new Galaxy A series offering called the Galaxy A11. In addition, the brand is also rumoured to introduce two new Galaxy M series models, which will allegedly arrive as the Galaxy M11 and Galaxy M31. While the company hasn’t yet announced anything, these devices have appeared on the regulatory authority Wi-Fi Alliance’s website. The certification suggests that the South Korean tech giant is all set to launch the Galaxy A11, Galaxy M11, and Galaxy M31 smartphones in the near future.
The Samsung Galaxy A11 has received the certification under the model number SM-A115F/DS with support for only the single-band 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity’s support. The Galaxy M11 and Galaxy M31 have been certified with the model number SM-M115F/DS and SM-M315F/DS respectively. Both the smartphones support both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi bands. Notably, all of these smartphones have been certified running the latest version of Android i.e. Android 10. Only these details regarding the upcoming hands appear in the database of Wi-Fi Alliance.
Not many details about the Samsung Galaxy A11, Galaxy M11, and Galaxy M31 at the moment. Since the Galaxy A11 only has support for single-band Wi-Fi, it will clearly be an affordable smartphone. If the reports are to be believed, the Galaxy A11 will flaunt 64GB of native storage, which will be an impressive feature for a budget offering. As for the Galaxy M11, a recent report has suggested that the phone will come in Blue, Black, and Violet colour variants, but there’s no word regarding its specs at the moment.
Talking the Galaxy M31, the phone was recently spotted on Geekbench with the Exynos 9611 SoC and 6GB OF RAM. Other details regarding the smartphone are scarce as of now.