Yesterday, Samsung introduced its latest Galaxy A series smartphone called the Galaxy A01. Now, the South Korean company is planning to launch yet another handset in the series dubbed the Samsung Galaxy A21. The device is expected to be unveiled at some point in early January. While the brand hasn’t confirmed the existence of the Galaxy A21, the phone’s purported case renders have been leaked on the interwebs. The photos have revealed everything about the design of the smartphone. The case renders suggest that the Galaxy A21 will be a mid-range offering with a triple primary camera setup at the rear, and a waterdrop notch above the screen.
Samsung Galaxy A21 design
As seen in the case renders above, the Samsung Galaxy A21’s triple primary camera module will be placed vertically on the top-left corner on the back. The smartphone will have a dual-LED flash unit, which will be located on the right of the main camera setup. The handset will feature a fingerprint sensor in the middle towards the top on the back panel. At the bottom, the phone seems to have a USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm headphone socket, and a speaker grille. The volume rocker and power button of the smartphone appear to be placed on the right side. Lastly, the images suggest that the Galaxy A21 could arrive with a gradient finish on the back. Unfortunately, there’s no word about the specifications of the handset at the moment.
Talking about the recently launched Galaxy A01, the phone is a budget offering with a dual primary camera setup at the rear and a waterdrop notch above the display. The handset’s highlights include a 5.7-inch HD+ display, an octa-core processor, up to 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 3,000mAh battery. As of now, the company hasn’t revealed the pricing and availability details of the Galaxy A01.