Samsung’s new midrange name officially identifies as the Galaxy A21s

In January, it was reported that the A21s, a successor to the Samsung Galaxy A21, was coming soon, and although the phone has not yet been released,media SamMobile noted that the smartphone has been Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certified and has passed the FCC. Today, a leaked promotional video provides us with some interesting information about the camera’s capabilities.

Samsung's new midrange name officially identifies as the Galaxy A21s

The exposed video shows two features: AR Doodle and live video. The first feature provides users with a fun way to virtualize themselves or others. This is when the camera is able to detect the face, the AR doodle on it will follow it, and the doodle in the environment will not move as it moves.

The second feature will provide users with an easy way to stream video on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. The video also confirms the phone’s name is Samsung Galaxy A21s.

In addition, the upcoming midrange phone will reportedly be available in black, blue, red and white versions, with an Exynos 850 processor, 3GB of RAM and up to 64GB of storage. The phone will feature a rear three-camera system with a main camera of 48 million, 8 million ultra-wide-angle lenses and 2 million macros, and a front-facing camera of 13 million. It’s worth noting that this phone has a 5,000mAh battery.