Samsung Galaxy M11 Review and Specifications, For the Samsung Galaxy smartphone line, the M series product line is an attractive one for consumers in Indonesia. Because, he was created for the middle class who want to get full features but not only have to get high specifications. And Galaxy M11 is the lowest member of the M series between M21 and M31.
Sold at the most economical price, making the M11 series have lower specifications compared to its close relatives, namely M21 and M31. Even so, Samsung embed a fairly complete feature. Some of them are, widescreen and 5,000 mAh battery capacity.
Not only that, Samsung also buried a medium chipset made by Qualcomm, Snapdragon 450 which is powered by an octa-core processor along with three cameras on its back side, namely 13 MP, 5 MP, and 2 MP. Moreover, other interesting features? The following is a complete review of the Samsung Galaxy M11.
Samsung Galaxy M11 Review and Specifications
Like Samsung middle and lower class smartphones in general, the Galaxy M11 is classified as mediocre.
The following is the complete package of Samsung Galaxy M11 sales.
Samsung Galaxy M11 unit
Charming Design Similar Flagship
Since successfully bringing the front camera without bangs on the Galaxy S10 and then, the design was also tried to apply to the Galaxy M11 smartphone. That way, although this smartphone is actually a lower middle class, at first glance it looks charming like a flagship.
While to make the selling price far more economical, this time Samsung did not use the Super AMOLED display module, but the PLS TFT. However, they still keep the bezel thin to create a stylish impression.
So that the ratio of use of the screen to the body can be more optimal, Samsung stripped off all capacitive buttons on the front. This makes the screen to body ratio owned by this smartphone fairly high, which is 81.6 percent on the screen dimensions are quite large, which is 6.4 inches.
Because there are no more capacitive buttons on the front, Samsung replaced the menu, home, and back buttons with virtual buttons that can appear and disappear according to the appearance on the screen.