Apart from the recent addition to the Samsung M series mid-range smartphones – Samsung M21 - which now has a confirmed launch date, it seems the company is set on expanding the M series even further, and this is because just recently, an image was spotted on Google that showed the front panel design and some key specifications of a Samsung device - Samsung Galaxy M11. The tech company has not revealed any information about the M11 or its release into the market yet, however, according to the image seen on Google Play Console listing, the Samsung M11 has a punch hole selfie camera in the upper left side of the screen, and a volume and power button on the right side. The image also showed that the Samsung Galaxy M11 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 chipset and will run Android 10 with Samsung's One UI 2.0. The device will have a screen resolution of 1560 X 720 with an aspect ratio of 19:9. It is also rumoured to be available in 3GB of RAM. Apart from the above information, the leaked image had no other information concerning the camera and other key specifications.