Two of the most recent budget phones from Samsung, the Galaxy A11 and Galaxy A21s, were officially launched in Brazil. The two devices are available from today and help pages are already live on Samsung’s Brazil site.
Customers in Brazil will be able to buy the Galaxy A11 and Galaxy A21s for 1,699 real ($345) and 1,999 real ($406), respectively, once the store pages themselves are also up and running.
The price for the 3 GB RAM version of the Samsung Galaxy A11 is set at THB 5,199 (roughly Rs. 12,300). The phone is already available for purchase through the Samsung online store in Thailand. The company did not provide any information about its 2 GB RAM option, either.
In March, as the successor to the Galaxy A10, the Samsung Galaxy A11 was unveiled online. The phone comes in black, white, blue, red.
Although the Galaxy A21s aren’t much more expensive than the A11, it does offer better hardware all around, so the extra investment might be worth it. The Galaxy A21s have a slightly larger display (by 0.1-inch), an Exynos 850 chipset, higher-resolution cameras, and a larger-by-1000mAh battery compared with the Galaxy A11.
The Galaxy A21s has a black, blue, or white finish.