The Samsung Galaxy A21 is soon to be a new, inexpensive smartphone, which will be delivered with a modern display design and a quad camera setup.
After Samsung introduced a new mid-range smartphone last week with the Galaxy M31, the Galaxy A11 and the Galaxy A21 could now be two new inexpensive devices from the South Korean manufacturer. Some information about the latter has now been leaked from our colleagues at AndroidHeadlines.
The published images show that the new model will have a quad camera setup on the back. This would be a significant increase compared to the Galaxy A20e, which was previously available in Europe and works with a dual camera setup. The device’s fingerprint scanner is also on the back, which is still the common solution for positioning the scanner in this price range. On the front, however, there is a modern display design with a hole in the upper left corner in which the selfie camera will be hidden.
In the specifications, the report from AndroidHeadlines mentions the Exynos 7904 as processor, which is supported by 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage, the latter of which can be expanded using a microSD card. The battery should be relatively large with 4000 mAh and should therefore ensure adequate runtimes.
The new Galaxy A21 is expected to hit the stores in the United States in the next few weeks. Accordingly, the chances are not bad that we will see the smartphone in stores in Europe in the future. At this point we warn again that this is not information that has been confirmed by the manufacturer. We will only receive this with the official launch of the device.