After taking a first in-depth look at the upcoming Galaxy A41, today we go further down the ideal price scale of the Samsung Galaxy A series, stumbling upon another model still unpublished: the Galaxy A21.
The smartphone, which should be in the $200 range, has just shown itself on the net for the first time, thanks to a couple of renders that show the alleged front and rear design. Frontally, the large display is surrounded by frames, they are particularly pronounced especially in the low part. Then there is a hole in the screen, located at the top left, for housing the front camera. The display should still be in AMOLED technology but in HD+ resolution.
Galaxy A21 with a quadruple-camera
At the rear, here are lines that we would not have expected from Samsung in 2020. For once, the fashion of the rectangular photographic module is put aside. Instead, we have a module vertically arranged in which there are even 4 sensors, with specifications still unknown. Alongside this, here is another detail destined to be seen less and less in future models, namely the fingerprint reader. Certainly a more appropriate choice than the reader integrated into the display, which in the low end is showing evidence of immaturity.
We then glimpse audio jack and USB port, hopefully Type C. Galaxy A21 could be animated by the Exynos 7904 chip, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage (expandable). While the battery would be 4,000 mAh. Price and availability still unknown, but soon we could find out more.