Samsung’s Galaxy A-series is amongst the most popular smartphone series in the world currently – proven by the fact that the Galaxy A51– one of the phones found in the aforementioned series, was the best selling Android phone in the world when the first quarter of 2020 is taken into consideration.
And now, not with too much fanfare, Samsung has gone on to announce yet another Galaxy A-series phone in the Samsung Galaxy A21s. The Korean manufacturer has indeed disclosed the specs that will be entertained within this new phone and essentially, it will feature with a revamped camera setup, a larger battery, and also – more RAM.
The latest phone features with a 6.5-inch HD+ display with a resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels and an aspect ratio of 20:9. At the very top left corner of the phone is found a punch-hole for the sake of the 13MP selfie shooter. Both the display as well as the selfie shooter is the same to what we saw in the Galaxy A21.
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As far as the main quad camera setup at the back goes though – there, we see an upgrade. Instead of the 16MP lens found on the Galaxy A21, we have on show a 48MP primary sensor. As far as the other three cameras go though – little has changed as we have an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, a 2MP depth camera and lastly, a 2MP macro camera. Also much like the A21, on the A21s too we have a physical fingerprint sensor resting on the back placed at the center.
Like I mentioned before, the battery too gets an upgrade as now, we have a 5000mAh battery integrated within – compared to the 4000mAh battery which was found in the A21. Also, to go with the larger battery is present the option for 15W charging. In terms of performance, the A21s happens to be powered by an unknown 2.0Ghz octa-core processor. The device will be available in either three, four or six gigs RAM options and these RAM configurations will be paired up with 32 or 64GB of internal storage.