It seems that Samsung is working on a new Galaxy M series smartphone, which is likely to unveil soon. Following the launch of the Galaxy M21, the company is gearing to launch the Galaxy M11. The upcoming smartphone will arrive as the Galaxy M10, which was the first handset in this series when it was announced last year. In the latest development, render, and specifications of the Galaxy M11 have surfaced.
The Samsung Galaxy M11 leaked render shows the device featuring a big display with a punch-hole on the top-left. This is one of the major changes which the device will bring over its predecessor. The bezels are thin on three sides, except for the chin. At the rear, there is a triple camera setup, which has got a standard vertical positioning on the top-left corner. The rear panel can also be seen sporting an oval-shaped fingerprint scanner for authentication. The volume keys are placed alongside the power key on the right panel. As for the specs, the Samsung M11 is reported to have a 6.4 inch Infinity-O LCD display that could support HD+ resolution of 720 x 1260 pixels. It is said to be available with 3GB RAM+ 32GB storage and 4GB RAM+ 64GB storage. The handset is further said to support up to 512GB microSD card. For optics, the Galaxy M11's triple-rear camera setup is said to have a 13MP primary camera with an f/1.8 aperture, a 5MP ultra-wide-angle-camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. The punch-hole upfront will offer an 8MP snapper with an f/2.0 aperture for selfie experience.