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    FCC website shows, Samsung Galaxy A11 sports triple cameras

    Samsung Galaxy A Series has played a very vital role in the success of Samsung smartphones. Earlier Samsung wholly focused on the upper range phones but in recent times it has changed its strategy to match up with the competition and introduced mid and low range smartphones.

    It is apparent that the company is coming with more A series phones, in which the recent entrant is Galaxy A11 triple camera smartphone.

    The Galaxy A11 smartphone have already received its certification from Federal Communications Commission or FCC. FCC has listed the certification of this Galaxy A11 triple camera on its website, which gives us some insights about the hardware and specs of the device.

    As far as price of this Galaxy A11 triple camera phone is concerned, we can expect to be it on the lower side and might come up with a battery of 4000mah which might be having a better durability. The key highlight of the certificate was that the device will sport a triple camera.

    Certificate also gives us a glimpse that the upcoming Galaxy A11 triple camera device might be having a rear- mounted fingerprint sensor and will be coming with a combination of 2GB and 32GB ram and storage capacity.

    FCC website shows, Samsung Galaxy A11 sports triple cameras
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