The Samsung Galaxy A11 is an entry-level Android smartphone developed by Samsung Electronics. It was first announced on March 13, 2020, as a successor to the Samsung Galaxy A10. A similar device, Galaxy M11, was first released on March 2020, but with a larger battery capacity (5000 mAh). The A11 is considerably less compact than its predecessor, measuring 161.4 x 76.3 x 8 mm, and it weighs 177g, 9 grams more than the A10. Looks-wise, the Galaxy A11 looks fairly similar to the Galaxy A10. It has a thin wraparound bezel surrounding the display, with a considerably bigger bottom bezel. Both phones have a fingerprint scanner on the back, and the camera's positioning is on the top-left on both phones. However, the camera array is the biggest design difference between the A10s and A11. While both have their cameras contained in a small vertical oval, the A11 has an extra camera (making said oval bigger vertically), and the flash has been moved to the right of the depth sensor (the top-most camera) rather than below the oval. In addition, the selfie camera's design is different. The A10s had a teardrop notch, while the A11 has a hole-punch in the top-left corner. Also, on the A11, every physical button is on the right side, while on the A10s, the volume buttons were on the left. The A11 comes in four different colors: Black, White, Red and Blue
"OS: Android 9.0 (Pie)rnMEMORY: 32GBrnBody Dimensions: 147.3 x 69.6 x 8.4 mm (5.80 x 2.74 x 0.33 in)rnBody Weight: 141 g (4.97 oz)rnDisplay Type: PLS IPSrnDisplay Size: 5.83 inchesrnDisplay Resolution: 720 x 1560 pixels, 19.5:9 ratiornBattery Type: Li-Ion 3000 mAh, non-removablern"