With the Samsung Galaxy A21 launched recently, its successor is already in the rumours. Yes, the Samsung Galaxy A21s has recently been spotted on Geekbench which hints that it might be launched soon. There’s also a leak hinting possible camera configuration along with colour options.
The leaks come up via Sudhanshu Ambore, a tipster who shared specs of the upcoming Galaxy A21s on Twitter. However, he did alert about the possible uncertainties regarding the leak, probably due to the fact that they come from a relatively fresh source. According to the leaks mentioned in the tweet, the A21s inherits most of the spec-sheet from the A21, but with a few noticeable key differences.
So, as of now, the Galaxy A21s’ processor is unknown, but the chipset will be clubbed with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable onboard storage. The device will flaunt a decently large 6.55″ IPS HD+ panel with a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixel. The A21s will also get a triple rear-camera module. This would include a combination of a 48-megapixel primary shooter paired with 8-megapixel and 2-megapixel additional sensors. At the front would be a 13MP sensor for selfies and video calling.
A physical fingerprint scanner, 5000mAh battery and surprising, NFC support is also mentioned in the tweet. Dual SIM connectivity along with 3.5mm jack and BT 5.0 would also be there. The smartphone will be available in Black, Blue & White colour options.
However, we also have a Geekbench listing leaked mentioning the presence of Exynos 850 SoC. We are also expecting a 4GB RAM variant. A Geekbench listing also confirms that it will run One UI based on Android 10.
As Sudhanshu adds, the information is still to be taken with a ‘pinch of salt’. If priced aggressively, the Galaxy A21s will be a strong contender in the market.
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