Samsung Galaxy A21 new leak punch-hole design, quad rear camera system


Multiple leaks and rumors have come in our way on Samsung Galaxy A21 and we know a lot of information. However, we have got fresh leak news from Evan Blass (codename @evleaks) revealed some more details about Samsung Galaxy A21 which has been published by SamMobile.

The new Samsung phone will sport a punch-hole design, a quad-camera setup with and expected to come with the Helio P35 chipset and have a powerful 5,000mAh battery capacity.

Samsung Galaxy A21: Design

The Galaxy A21 will present with a punch-hole style display design slim bezels and it also is seen that there is a display cut out on the top left of the screen. Besides, the power and volume placed on the right edge. On the back, the phone should offer a vertical aligned quad rear camera setup with a standard LED flash.

For unlock, there will be a physical fingerprint sensor which placed the center of the back panel.

Samsung Galaxy A21 new leak punch-hole design, quad rear camera system

Samsung Galaxy A21

Galaxy A21 will bring 13MP main sensor

Samsung to offer a quad rear camera system in this phone, the setup includes a 13MP primary lens, supported with a 5MP secondary sensor (wide-angle), a 2MP macro lens, and 2MP depth sensor. On the front, it will present an 8MP selfie shooter that can record Full-HD video recording.

Galaxy A21: Performance

As per the new leak, the smartphone will be powered by the MediaTek Helio P35 chipset, matched with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of built-in memory. It is expected to include a microSD card slot. To recall, this phone has been ranked among the several Geekbench lists and shows the same processor and storage configuration.

In terms of battery, it will have a solid 5,000mAh battery and listing showed that it runs on Android 10. There will be a 3.5mm audio jack for audio.

Price details

The listing post didn’t mention any pricing details of this smartphone. We hope the South Korean tech giant will announce later and the phone will release soon.


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