Samsung will soon launch an entry-level Galaxy M11 with a punch screen, if a new leak is created. A new render has been seen, which is said to be the next Samsung Galaxy M11, in a list of the Google Play console along with some device specifications. The Google Play console listing was viewed by a website called Techie Jerry, which shows the phone with a punch screen, with the front camera drilled in the upper left corner of the screen and a rather thick chin at the bottom of the front panel.
The report says that the Samsung Galaxy M11 will have a resolution of 720×1560 and a pixel density of 280ppi. Although the screen size does not appear in the list, depending on the resolution and pixel density, we can calculate that it is about 6.1 inches. According to the filtration, the phone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 SoC, along with 3 GB of RAM and an Adreno 506 GPU. The filtration also shows that the Samsung Galaxy M11 will come with Android 10, running Samsung's One UI Core 2.0.
The Samsung Galaxy M11, which is said to be the Korean giant's budget offer, was seen on a WiFi Alliance website in January, which indicated on the phone that it received its WiFi certification. The phone was seen in the WiFi alliance along with the Samsung Galaxy M31 and Galaxy A11.
The first reports of the Galaxy M11 in development began arriving in December 2019, which said the phone would come with 32 GB of internal storage.