Samsung Galaxy A11, Galaxy M11, and the Galaxy M31 have just received certification via Wi-Fi Alliance. We don’t know much about the three phones which are expected to launch soon. The latest Android v10 will power all the phones out of the package. These phones succeed the Galaxy A10, Galaxy M10, and the Galaxy M30 respectively – smartphones that were launched early last year. A few hardware details of the Galaxy M31 are known after it surfaced on GeekBench late last year, but we are yet to know the specifications of the Galaxy A11 and Galaxy M11.
According to the listing on the Wi-Fi Alliance site, Samsung is working on the Galaxy M11, whose model number is M115F/DS. The site also suggests that the Korean phone maker is also working on Samsung Galaxy A11, a phone whose model number SM-A115F/DS. Both devices have 2.4GHz single-band Wi-FI connectivity.
Additionally, the Wi-Fi certification site also suggests that there is a smartphone with model number SM-M315F/DS – which is Samsung Galaxy M31. According to the listing, this phone will have dual-band support and runs on Android v10. A phone with the same model number was spotted on GeekBench in December 2019.
Wi-Fi Alliance site does not reveal more details about the upcoming phones. The Samsung Galaxy M31 GeekBench listing in December showed that it will have Exynos 9611 chipset paired with 6GB of RAM. However, we have also seen some reports that suggest that Snapdragon 665 SoC will power it. In addition, the Galaxy M31 has been rumored to feature a triple-lens rear camera with a 48 megapixels main lens. This lens is accompanied by a 12 megapixels wide-angle lens and a 5 megapixels depth sensor.
We cannot predict when the South Korea based phone maker will officially announce these phones. However, we are hoping to get more details over the coming weeks.