Samsung is currently working on the successor of the Galaxy M10 and the M10s. The upcoming device (model number SM-M115F/DS) will likely sport the Galaxy M11 moniker. The handset was recently spotted on Taiwan’s NCC (National Communications Commission) certification platform, spilling a plethora of live shots and features on to the internet. Some of the highlights of the Galaxy M11 include the massive 5,000mAh battery, rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, triple camera setup at the rear and the single punch-hole display. The device was previously spotted on the Google Play Console, revealing a few key design elements and features.
Judging by the placement of the fingerprint scanner, it is safe to assume that the Galaxy M11 will sport an LCD display. This is not much of a shocker considering the lower price bracket the device is aimed at. Some of the additional features include a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top edge, and a speaker grille and USB Port at the bottom. In terms of dimensions, the Galaxy M11 could be a tad taller than its predecessor. The device likely sports 15W fast charge capabilities.
According to the Google Play Console listing, the Galaxy M11 sports a thick chin along with slim bezels on three sides. It appears that the M11 will be one of the most affordable phones to feature a punch-hole display. The handset flaunts n 1,500 x 720 resolution display with an aspect ratio of 19:9 and a pixel density of 280 ppi.
The volume rocker and power button are placed on the right edge. The Galaxy M11 is powered by the Snapdragon 450 with 4GB of RAM and Adreno 605 GPU. The smartphone runs Android 10. The configuration of its cameras are currently under wraps.