The Galaxy A series from Samsung has been a major player in the budget smartphone market which is chiefly dominated by the Chinese players. The latest device in the lineup is the Galaxy A21, which has been in the pipelines for a while now. The 2019 Galaxy A10 was a huge commercial success, gaining a spot in the global list of the top-selling smartphones of all time. Its elder sibling, the Galaxy A20, was quite well received too. With the Galaxy A21, Samsung wants to take a larger chunk out of the proverbial pie, which seems highly probable from the latest 360-degree marketing render.
A 360-degree view of the forthcoming Galaxy A21 was recently posted by noted gadget tipster Evan Blass. The render highlights quite a few hardware elements like the quad-rear camera sensors and the punch-hole front camera, or Infinity-O display in Samsung’s terminology. According to the leak, the Galaxy A21 sports thin bezels on three sides along with a marginally thicker chin. The volume rocker and power buttons are placed on the right edge, while the rear panel has a physical fingerprint scanner and the brand name imprinted towards the bottom.
Although there are no clear markings on the sensors, speculations suggest an ultra-wide lens, a depth sensor, and a macro or telephoto sensor apart from the primary lens. The handset is likely powered by an Exynos 7904 SoC, which also powers the Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A40.
The smartphone could feature up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The device could be powered by a 4,000mAh battery with fast charge support and run the Android 10-based OneUI 2. Additional details will be available once Samsung makes a formal announcement.