The Samsung Galaxy A21 is expected to become a cheap smartphone for the company and will be a successor to the Galaxy A20 and The Galaxy A20s. This week, for the first time, we saw the design of the Galaxy A21 clearly. The rendering shows that the Samsung Galaxy A21 smartphone will provide a four-camera system on the back and an Infinity-O punch display on the front, both of which are major upgrades to the Galaxy A20.
Sources say the Samsung Galaxy A21 will be equipped with a wide-angle/master lens, telephoto lens, ultra-wide-angle lens and depth sensor to install a dual LED flash on the right side of the main camera. In addition to the camera module, the Samsung Galaxy A21 will leave room at the rear for physical fingerprint scanners. The advent of physical fingerprint scanners will never come as a surprise to anyone, considering the device is aimed at starter users.
The Samsung Galaxy A21 features a Infinity-O punch display on the front, with a large frontchin that may provide 1080p resolution, but is unlikely to feature an AMOLED display. The Samsung Galaxy A21 smartphone features an Exynos 7904 processor with 4GB of memory and 64GB of storage, and a 4,000mAh battery built into the device.