Samsung Galaxy A21 render reveals punch-hole display and quad cameras

The Samsung Galaxy A20 mid-range phone was among the best-selling devices globally in 2019. It appears that Samsung is planning to launch its successor, in the form of the upcoming Galaxy A21 that is slated to hit the US marketssoon. Android Headlines has shared a leaked press render of the device, along with some of its key features. The render reveals that the Samsung Galaxy A21 sports an Infinity-O punch-hole display housing the selfie camera. The camera is located on the upper left corner of the display and is slightly larger than the one seen on the Galaxy A20. The handset sports a quad-rear camera setup, details of which are yet to be announced. According to initial reports, the device sports a telephoto lens, a wide-angle sensor, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor in addition to the primary lens.

Samsung Galaxy A21 leaked render

Samsung Galaxy A21 leaked render reveals a punch-hole screen and quad rear cameras

The Galaxy A21 device is likely to miss out on the ToF (Time of Flight) sensor, which Samsung reserves for premium products at the moment. The A21 also has a dual-LED flash on the right side of the rear camera module. The device has a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.

The render shows a thick chin on the Galaxy A21, hinting at Samsung opting for a lower resolution flatscreen display. However, the handset still sports an AMOLED display with HD+ capabilities. The publication claims the smartphone is equipped with an Exynos 7904 SoC with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, expandable via a microSD card. The smartphone is likely to draw power from a 4,000mAh battery. The Galaxy A21 and the upcoming Galaxy A11 are expected to get announced in the US very soon. Recent reports have suggested that these phones could be also coming to India soon.


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