With the year 2019, Samsung revamped its smartphone portfolio and market strategy for the good by introducing new devices under Galaxy M and A lineup. So far, the smartphone maker has launched dozens of smartphones and it seems like the company will follow the same trend next year. Back in July 2019, the chaebol reserved all the model numbers of next-gen Galaxy A (2020) lineup. We’re looking at the devices starting from A21 to A91.
Although the year 2020 is still weeks away, the next-gen Galaxy A devices have started making buzz already. Recently, some render images surfaced online showing the possible design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A21. As you can see from the images, the Galaxy A21 features a notch on the front housing the selfie camera. Right next to the camera, there is a small circular sensor which seems to be either proximity or ambient light sensor.
Since the A21 is going to be the lower offering under Galaxy A lineup, the presence of notch makes much more sense. The punch-hole display design should be reserved for much more premium models such as Galaxy A51 and A71. At the back, there is a triple camera module along with an LED flash and a fingerprint sensor. We should be seeing a wide-angle lens along with the ultrawide and depth sensor. You will find the volume rockers and power button on the right side. Lastly, the render represents the gradient design which we’ve also seen with the Galaxy A20s.
For those who’re unaware, Samsung has already announced the Galaxy A51 and A71 smartphone earlier this month. We’re expecting numerous devices under this lineup to launch next year. With that said, more information on the A21 should surface online in the coming weeks. As of now, there is no word on the internal hardware as well as the expected pricing of the smartphone.