A geekbench listing of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A11 has been found today, with modest specs as expected.
This belongs to the new Galaxy A-series phones for the year 2020. The phone with model number SM-A115F has 2GB RAM and Android 10 as the operating system. However, the processor found in the listing hints at MSM8953, which is the old Snapdragon 625 SoC. This might not be the actual processor powering the phone and the listing might probably be wrong or fake.
However, the scores for Galaxy A11 in Geekbench hint at a similar performance of its predecessors namely Galaxy A10 and Galaxy A10s. The single-core score of Galaxy A11 is 761 and multi-core score is 3723. The scores of both A10 (SM-A105) and A10s (SM-A107) have almost similar scores with not much difference.
Galaxy A11 specs
Samsung Galaxy A11 is expected to have 32GB of internal storage. There’s likely to be a 3GB variant apart from the 2GB found in today’s geekbench listing. The rumored color options for this phone are White and Black. All 2020 A-series phones will be running with Android 10 along with the latest One UI on top of it. The phone will be released mainly in Asian and African countries.
2020 A-series lineup
In the month of July 2019, Samsung filed trademarks for the moniker Samsung A11, along with several other phones in the new A-series for 2020. There were as many as 9 devices including Samsung A21, Samsung A31, A41, 51, 61, 71, 81 and Samsung A91. These were filed under class 9 which is for smartphones. The phones will be the successors of the 2019 A-series lineup that were named Galaxy A10, A20 through A90.
We have already seen Galaxy A51, Galaxy A71 in certification sites and also in Geekbench. In addition to this, Galaxy A81 is expected to be released under the moniker Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Galaxy A91 is expected to be released as Galaxy S10 Lite. This leaves with just 4 more phones in the new A-series lineup and they are Galaxy A21, A31, A41 and A61.
With almost half the lineup seen in various certifications before the end of 2019, we can expect Samsung to be done with the other models too within Q1 and Q2 of 2020. In the latter half, we can expect Samsung to start releasing the ‘s’ variants of these models, probably! What do you think? Share your comments below.