It is once again confirmed that Samsung's budget-friendly smartphones Galaxy A11 and Galaxy M11, which will be released in 2020, will use the Android 10 operating system. Verification came from WFA's certification.
Samsung's budget-friendly phones Galaxy A11 and Galaxy M11 will be released soon. Finally, the phones were certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA). The model numbers of the phones were seen as SM-A115F and SM-M115F.
A few months ago, it was claimed that the Galaxy A11 will come out of the box with the Android 10 operating system. According to the new WFA approval documents, both devices will work with the Android 10 operating system. WFA documents do not give details about new hardware as usual, but users have a general idea of what to expect from new devices.
It is not clear when the devices will be released
The Samsung Galaxy A11 was previously seen while running the Snapdragon 625/626 chipset, with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory. Little is known about the Galaxy M11 so far, but it was learned that the device will have a purple color option as well as the standard black and blue colors. The same device is expected to have at least 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage.
It remains unclear when the Galaxy A11 and Galaxy M11 will be released . WFA approval may indicate that products will be available to users soon, but this is not a guarantee.
It is known that Samsung has been working on many Galaxy A series models for 2020. Last year, the Galaxy series models beginning down renewing Samsung, adding new models to this series as well as the existing models in the coming years developed their version of the plans to present to the users.
It is not yet known which smartphone model Samsung will launch the Galaxy A series with. According to some estimates, the Galaxy A11, A31 and A41 models will be the first introduced Galaxy A series smartphone models of the year. In addition to these, it is thought that the Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A91, which Samsung plans to release in the higher segment , may also open.