To update: Just a day or so after the Samsung Galaxy A21s was completely leaked, Samsung has now announced the handset, and the details are more or less exactly what was leaked, including a 6.5-inch 720 x 1600 and a quad lens camera with 48MP main, 8MP ultra wide, 2MP macro and 2MP depth sensors, 3 GB RAM, an octa-core chipset, a 5,000 mAh battery, 32 GB memory and a 13MP front camera.
The Galaxy A21s will be available in British stores in black, white, and blue tones on June 19 for GBP 179 (approximately USD 220 / AU $ 340, however availability in these regions is pending confirmation at the time of writing).
Below is the original story with clues where the official specs differ from the leaked ones.
The Galaxy A21
This is a new chipset, which appears to be an octa-core with a maximum clock speed of 2 GHz, but neither the name of the chipset nor the larger memory size was confirmed at the time of writing – although we know that it is a 2 GHz octa -Core used.
In addition, the Samsung Galaxy A21s has a rear-view camera with four lenses, a 48-megapixel main sensor and an 8-megapixel ultra-wide sensor. Both were leaked, but we now know that they are connected by 2MP depth and 2MP macro sensors. There is a 13 megapixel snapper on the front. The Galaxy A21 also offers a microSD card slot, Android 10 and – at least according to Leck – NFC and a headphone jack.
As you move on to the design, you can see from the official illustrations above (and which also match the leaks) that the Samsung Galaxy A21s has an all-screen look, with a pinhole camera in the top left corner and a narrow bezel at the bottom Screen.
The quad lens camera is located in a large block on the back. There is also a fingerprint scanner on the back. The Samsung Galaxy A21s is
75.3 x 163.6 x 8.9 mm and is said to be covered with plastic and weigh 191 g – although these details were not yet confirmed at the time of writing.
It is available in the colors black, white and blue. This design has a lot in common with some mid-range Galaxy A phones, including the Galaxy A51, and shows that the low price won’t give you a cheap-looking phone.