Samsung is working hard behind the scenes on a successor to the Galaxy A10; the entry-level model from the A series. The A11 seems to be quite an upgrade with more cameras, better screen and hopefully still an affordable price tag.
The Galaxy A10 is the cheapest Galaxy A you can buy. It is therefore a well sold model. All the more reason to take a close look at his successor. If this is indeed the Galaxy A11 he will get a major upgrade. Now three cameras on the back instead of one, and a high-end Infinity-O Display at the front instead of a drop-shaped notch.
According to AndroidHeadlines where images of the device first appeared, it gets a 6.2 inch HD+ screen. The 5000 mAh battery is remarkably large and is expected to last at least 2 days. The A11 seems to be powered by an Exynos 7 processor. That's an octacore processor from Samsung itself.
The triple camera will consist of a 13 + 5 + 2 megapixel sensor and equipped with wide-angle lens and depth camera. We also see a fingerprint scanner on the back. It was missing from the original A10 although Samsung solved that with the arrival of the A10s. The front camera seems to use an 8 megapixel sensor. When we are going to find the Samsung Galaxy A11 in the shops is unclear.