The Samsung Galaxy A21s has already appeared on Geekbench, and it’s interesting that the company hasn’t released a regular version of the Galaxy A21. As early as January we heard about the Galaxy A21s in color and in different capacity versions, and the phone will be priced lower than the Galaxy A31 in terms of naming options. Now, the SM-A217F phone has appeared on Geekbench and has unveiled some key specifications.
The Exynos 850 chip, an as-yet-unpublished processor, is mentioned in the configuration list. It looks like the Galaxy A21s will be the first phone to feature an Exynos 850 chipset, and the single-core 183-point, multi-core 1074 points can only indicate that it is an entry-level product, judging by the single-core test scores on Geekbench.
The phone will come with 3GB of RAM, run Android 10, be customized with One UI 2.0 and feature an Exynos 850 eight-core processor, according to Samsung Galaxy A21s Geekbench. It has previously been reported that the phone will feature a four-camera camera on the back and a 2-megapixel macro lens for close-range shooting. Given that the company has yet to announce the Galaxy A21, it remains to be seen when Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy A21s.
Last month, a Samsung Galaxy A21 machine appeared on Geekbench, hinting that it might be released soon, but there is no word yet, possibly because of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. The Galaxy A21 will feature mediaTek Helio P35 processors, 3GB of RAM and Android 10 systems, and we expect the Galaxy A21 and Galaxy A21s to look similar in design, possibly with punching displays, four-cameras, and rear fingerprint sensors.