After releasing the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 earlier this year, Samsung will reportedly soon launch the Galaxy A11 and Galaxy A21 in the next few weeks.
Citing Phone Arena, the Galaxy A11 is reported to have been certified by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with the model number SM-A115F, which is likely to be one of the cheapest Galaxy A series smartphones launched this year.
However, the Galaxy A11 will be a big improvement over the A10 model, which is considered a less feature-packed Galaxy A smartphone series.
Reportedly, the Galaxy A11 will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625/626 chipset, which should be stronger and more efficient than the Exynos 7884 chipset that is in the Galaxy A10.
The other main selling point is the large 4000mAh battery, which is actually not an improvement from the Galaxy A10, but is still a great feature to have.
Furthermore, the triple camera arrangement is an important improvement over the single main camera in the A10.
Other interesting things from the Galaxy A11 include a fingerprint sensor mounted back, 2GB RAM, 32GB expandable storage and the Android 10 operating system.
Galaxy A11 will be available in four colours, i.e black, blue, red and white.
Meanwhile, the sequel to the Galaxy A20, the Galaxy A21, is reportedly in progress but has not yet appeared on the FCC list.
Known as the code name Samsung SM-A217F, the Galaxy A21 will reportedly be equipped with 32GB or 64GB of storage. The smartphone is also rumoured to have a 2MP macro camera, while the Galaxy A20 only has a 13MP main camera and a 5MP wide-angle camera.
Like the Galaxy A11, the Galaxy A21 will also be available in four different colours namely blue, black, white and red.