Samsung Galaxy A21s render Leaked - A Common Design
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Samsung Galaxy A21s render Leaked - A Common Design

Samsung Galaxy A21s render Leaked - A Common Design

The Samsung Galaxy A21s have been showing up in the gossip mill from time to time in the last few months. Today, a recent leak appears to reveal the design of the front face. It's a somewhat unusual, but completely plausible creation, as the front of the handset, as seen here, looks almost identical to a series of recent leaked Galaxy A21 renders. Not just that, but the Galaxy A11 and the Galaxy M11 seem to be in the same plane, too. Surprisingly enough, given their lower ranking in the list, the latter two seeds display slimmer chins and top bezels in their respective renders. Close to the same top left corner spot for the Infinity-O selfie camera punch hole.


Definitely not by much, however, so, we're only going to say that all these versions would be virtually difficult to tell apart compared to each other, until they've all actually made it to the market. The source of this new render also offers a few specs for the Galaxy A21s, which happen to be in line nicely with the recent GeekBench listing for the SM-A21F / DS unit. We're looking at a 6.5-inch unit. It is likely to be 6.55 inches, to be more precise, with HD+ resolution. 3 GB Memory, 32 GB or 64 GB of data, NFC and fingerprint scanner. Almost definitely a back-mounted model, like all the other Galaxy tools listed above.

Circling back to GeekBench's listing and a few other news, we're also expecting that the Galaxy A21s would have a huge 5,000 mAh battery, 48MP central, 8MP ultra-wide and 2MP macro cameras on the rear, and a 13MP selfie on the front. And last but not least, the Exynos 850 chipset. The latter might well be one of the few identifying features between the Galaxy A21s and the Standard Galaxy A21, said to use the MediaTek Helio P35 instead. Additionally, a 4,000 mAh cell, theoretically smaller. There was also a report about the microUSB connector for the A21s and A21s. Yet it appears very doubtful, considering that both the Galaxy A20 and the A20 still use USB Type-C.


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