Images for New Samsung Galaxy A21 Mid-Range
Samsung is one mobile provider you can rely on for a steady release of new handsets. It is always exciting to see what they will come up with next, and their latest offering due to hit the shelves is the mid-range Samsung galaxy A21.
Being well in tune with what their customers are looking for, Samsung acknowledges that not everyone has the budget or even wants the features on offer from their high-end flagship phones. The A-series is a well thought out, robust and practical mid-range handset that offers a lot of Samsung technology for a lower price tag, so we are always keen to see what they have come up with this time.
New Render Images
It is inevitable at some point images will be released before the handset hits the shelves, and thanks to Evan Blass (@evleaks) we have a chance to see what might be on offer. The three images give us a pretty much full circular view of the handset and show what appears to be a quad camera housing in a traffic light formation in the top left of the rear with the LED flash sitting just off to the side. On the front we see a tiny selfie camera punch hole cut out again sited in the top left of the front and seemingly a fingerprint scanner on the back.
Looking at the sides you can see what we would expect the power, and volume up and down on the right-hand side and a Sim-tray on the left side. It certainly has a nice look about it, we would assume that it will be a glass front potentially with a plastic back although it is hard to tell from the images. Also, on the rear we have the expected small Samsung branding, but it doesn’t clutter or spoil the back which still has a nice clean finish.
Possible Galaxy A21 Specification
Although nothing official has come from Samsung yet, the latest leaks from the Geekbench listing suggests that the handset will have 64GB of storage, with 3GB of RAM which will of course be expandable with the addition of a microSD card. It is suggested that the handset will feature an HD+ AMOLED screen, and pack a powerful bunch with a 4000mAh battery. It is suggested that it will run a Helio P35 SOC and whilst we have no confirmation as to whether this is true these leaks tend to be pretty spot-on.
We would expect to see the handset running Android 10 and of course Samsung’s favoured One UI 2.0 skin over the top. This certainly seems to be another winning offering from the giants at Samsung and will provide more choice for those looking at handsets in the mid-range, with a smaller budget. You will still be getting a massively powerful handset, and they are expected to hit the showers later this year so keep an eye out for offers from providers when the handset launches.