Samsung Galaxy M11 price in India has been slashed by Rs. 1,000, the company confirmed to Gadgets 360. The new price cut comes in just over four months after Samsung previously reduced the price of the Galaxy M11 in the country. Samsung Galaxy M11 was launched in the country alongside the Galaxy M01 in June last year. The phone comes with a hole-punch display and features triple rear cameras. It also includes Dolby Atmos audio support. The Galaxy M11 competes with the likes of Redmi 9 Prime, Poco M2, and Realme C15 Qualcomm Edition.
Samsung Galaxy M11 price in India
price in India is now set at Rs. 10,999 for the 4GB + 64GB storage variant. The same variant at Rs. 12,999 in June, and received a of Rs. 1,000 earlier in September that brought it down to Rs. 11,999.
The latest revised pricing is being rolled out via both offline and online channels in the country. Theonline store is also the new pricing. However, was yet to reflect the update at the time of filing this story. The price cut was by 91Mobiles.
In addition to the 4GB + 64GB storage variant, Samsung Galaxy M11 has a base 3GB + 32GB storage model that is currently available at Rs. 9,999. It was launched at Rs. 10,999 that dropped to Rs. 10,499 in the previous price cut.
Samsung Galaxy M11 specifications
The dual-SIM (Nano) Samsung Galaxy M11 features a 6.4-inch HD + (720×1,560 pixels) Infinity-O Display. It is powered by an octa-coreSoC, along with up to 4GB of RAM. The phone also has up to 64GB of internal storage that supports expansion up to 512GB through a microSD card.
Samsung Galaxy M11 comes with a triple rear camera setup that includes a 13-megapixel primary sensor, a 5-megapixel secondary sensor with an ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. For selfies and video chats, the Galaxy M11 houses an 8-megapixel selfie camera at the front.
Samsung has provided a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy M11. The phone packs a 5,000mAh battery with 15W charging support.
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