Samsung Galaxy A21, with quad rear cameras, goes official
Expanding its portfolio of wallet-friendly smartphones, Samsung has officially launched the Galaxy A21. The budget handset comes with a punch-hole design, a quad-lens rear camera setup, a physical fingerprint scanner, and mid-level internals. However, the company is yet to reveal the availability details of the smartphone in India. Here's our roundup.
A look at the Samsung Galaxy A21
The Samsung Galaxy A21 sports an edge-to-edge screen with a small display cut-out at the top left corner and a prominent bezel at the bottom. On the rear, it houses a vertically-stacked quad camera setup and a physical fingerprint scanner. The handset offers a 6.5-inch AMOLED screen with an HD+ (720x1600 pixels) resolution, and is available in Black color option.
What's the camera like on Samsung Galaxy A21?
The Samsung Galaxy A21 houses a quad-lens rear camera setup comprising a 16MP primary sensor, paired with an 8MP ultra-wide-angle sensor, and a couple of 2MP lenses for macro photography and depth sensing. Up front, the handset houses a 13MP selfie snapper. Moreover, both the front as well as rear cameras are capable of recording Full-HD videos at 30fps.
Under the hood
The Galaxy A21 is powered by an unnamed octa-core processor, presumably MediaTek Helio P35. As for memory options, it offers 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage (expandable up to 512GB). Under the hood, it packs a 4,000mAh battery with 15W fast-charging support and offers all the standard connectivity options like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, VoLTE, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Finally, what about pricing and availability?
The Samsung Galaxy A21 is priced at $249 (approximately Rs. 18,900) in the US, and it is likely to go on sale starting next month. The company is yet to reveal the pricing and availability details of the phone in India, but looking at the specifications, it will be priced under Rs. 15,000.