Earlier this year, we reported that Samsung is working on the Galaxy A21s smartphone. It is expected to be the successor to last year’s Galaxy A20s. Now, the upcoming Galaxy A21s has been spotted on benchmarking website Geekbench. It reveals some key specifications of the smartphone. Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy A21s in the near future. Notably, the South Korean brand launched three smartphones in the 2020 A-series last month which includes the A41, A31 and A11. The Galaxy A51 and A71 debuted in January and February, respectively.
The Galaxy A21s is listed on Geekbench with model number SM-217F which is in line with our previous report, courtesy of SamMobile. The smartphone will be powered by the company’s unannounced Exynos 850 chipset. It scores 183 points in the single-core test and 1074 points in the multi-core test. The listing reveals that the Galaxy A21s packs 3GB RAM and runs on Android 10 OS out of the box. The device is expected to be available in more RAM and storage options. SamMobile had claimed that it will be offered in 32GB and 64GB storage and can be availed in Black, Blue, Red and White colour options. The Galaxy A21s is also reported to feature a 2MP macro camera.
Meanwhile, last month the standard Galaxy A21 had also appeared on Geekbench with model number SM-215U. The device is said to be powered by MediaTek Helio P35 chipset coupled with 3GB RAM. According to the smartphone’s renders, it will feature a punch-hole display and sport quad-rear cameras along with a physical fingerprint scanner.
We expect the Galaxy A21s to debut with a similar design as the Galaxy A21. Both smartphones could also go official at the same time. We will keep you updated when they are launched.