Samsung took its mid-range series seriously in 2019 with the revamped Galaxy A-series and M-series. We saw devices ranging from the Galaxy A10 to the Galaxy A90.
The Korean company is apparently not ready to slow down. After the success of the mid-range phones last year, the company is already working on their sequels.
The Samsung Galaxy A51 recently appeared through Wi-Fi Alliance certification documents. The Galaxy M31 followed by getting the same certification. Now, the Galaxy A11 and M11 have also appeared through the same certification documents.
The Wi-Fi Alliance listing shows the Galaxy A11 with model number SM-A115F/DS. The Galaxy M11, on the other hand, appeared with model number SM-M115F/DS.
From the listing, we see that both devices will run Android 10 out of the box. Both devices support only single-band 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity.
We do not yet have all the details of the Galaxy A11 and the Galaxy M11. However, we believe that they may just be incremental upgrades over last year’s models.
The Samsung Galaxy M11 will reportedly come in black, blue, and violet color options. We will update you as soon as we have more information.