Samsung announced the launch of its Galaxy M11 back in March. After launching it in India in June, the model is finally available in Europe for €159. Samsung has been at the top of its game in the Android market since the very beginning. Recently, the company also slashed the offline price of this product. Once again, Samsung has come up strong and has given a tough competition to all the other brands. The Galaxy M11 has some marvelous features.
Samsung Galaxy M11 – Design and Specifications
The Samsung Galaxy M11 has a plastic body with a punch hole on the top left corner and a prominent bottom bezel. It comprises a triple camera setup and a fingerprint sensor on the backside. Some of its prominent features are:
- A 6.4-inch HD+ (720×1560 pixels) LCD screen
- A Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 chipset
- 3GB RAM with 32GB storage
- Micro SD card support (up to 512GB)
- Android 10-based One UI Core 2.1
- 5,000mAh battery
- 15W fast-charging support
In terms of connectivity, it supports:
- Wi-Fi 802.11
- Bluetooth 4.2
- A headphone jack
- Type-C port
Surprisingly, the company hasn’t offered the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage variant in Europe. However, it is available in India.
Samsung Galaxy M11 Camera specs for photography lovers
The Galaxy M11 has a high-tech camera setup which includes:
- 13MP (f/1.8) primary sensor
- 5MP (f/2.2) ultra-wide lens
- 2MP (f/2.4) depth camera
- 8MP (f/2.0) camera for selfies and video calls
The Samsung Group is a South Korean multinational company. Its main headquarters are in Samsung Town, Seoul. There is a chain of businesses affiliated with the company, and most of them are united under the Samsung brand. It is the largest South Korean business conglomerate.
Diving into the subtle history of the company, Lee Byung-Chul founded Samsung in 1938. Initially started as a trading company, it slowly started exploring other fields of business. Samsung entered the electronics industry in the late 1960s. It also took an interest in the construction and shipbuilding industries in the mid-1970s. After Lee’s death, the company split into four groups, namely, Samsung Group, Shinsegae Group, CJ Group, and Hansol Group. Since 1990, Samsung globalized its products and saw a notable rise. As of 2017, it has the 6th highest global brand value.