Samsung’s Galaxy A 2020 series has been in the news over the past few weeks. The entry-level member of that series, the Galaxy A11, which goes by the model number SM-A115F has now appeared on Geekbench today. This new appearance comes shortly after the model was tipped to feature 64GB and 128GB of onboard storage alongside its bigger siblings, the Galaxy A31 and Galaxy A41, as reported by Mysmartprice. Samsung has just recently teased a launch event on December 12th in Vietnam where the company is likely to show off the Galaxy A51 and possibly the Galaxy A71 as well.
Coming to the Geekbench report, the log shows a very interesting CPU. The msm9853, which is in other words famously known as the Snapdragon 625 SoC, could power the upcoming handset. This does appear strange as predecessors of the Galaxy A11 have had a MediaTek or an Exynos chip. On the other hand, the RAM is just 2GB and the Android version is the latest 10.0. Now, we do need to mention Geekbench reports have been either been false or even fake in some cases. Hence we only suggest that this log be taken with a pinch of salt.
Apart from this new finding, quite a lot about the Galaxy A11 remains obscure. Murmurs on the rumour mill so far have suggested a 4,500mAh battery, an Exynos 9611 processor, 4GB RAM, more. If this ends up being true, then the Galaxy A11 will be a big step-up over its predecessor. No launch dates for the device are out yet, but if Sammobile’s report is to be paid heed, the Galaxy A11 with 32GB of RAM will be made primarily available in Asia and Africa.