The Galaxy M11 was released in India nearly six months ago and the smartphone had since reached additional markets in Europe as well as the UK. You’d think that by now the Galaxy M11 would’ve went on sale in all the markets where it was planned for release but that’s not quite the case. Six months after its original debut, the Galaxy M11 is only now being introduced to Myanmar where prospective buyers can pick the 32GB variant.
The Galaxy M11 is available in Myanmar in two color options: black and blue. The phone has dual SIM capabilities and although a 64GB model with 4GB of RAM exists, it has yet to be listed at Samsung’s online store in the region. In fact, Samsung isn’t outright selling the Galaxy M11 in Myanmar through its own e-shop but via retail partners UC, M9, Shop, and Tomato.
Samsung is selling the Galaxy M11 in Myanmar for the suggested retail price of 209,000 MMK, or the rough equivalent of $159. What you’re getting in return for your money is a budget phone equipped with a 6.4-inch PLS TFT LCD Infinity-O display, the Snapdragon 450 chipset, 3GB of RAM, a triple main camera setup comprising 13MP, 5MP, and 2MP sensors, as well as an 8MP selfie shooter. The Galaxy M11 is powered by a 5,000mAh battery with support for 15W fast charging.