Samsung has been planning to launch new flagships in the Galaxy A series. The new leakage tips suggest that the Samsung Galaxy A21 smartphone will have a hole-punch display, a quad camera, and a fingerprint scanner on the back. The Samsung Galaxy A21 has previously tipped to pack with a 5000mAh wide battery and powered by the MediaTek Helio P35 SoC.
The rendering of the Samsung Galaxy A21 was leaked by Evan Blass alias @evleaks, and published by SamMobile. The smartphone is seen from all angles – the front, the side, and the back. The Galaxy A21 is seen on the front side as having a hole-punch monitor with the cut out at the top left of the screen. The chin at the bottom of the display is large, while all the other sides sport slim bezels. There are also the volume and power buttons on the phone’s right side, while the quad cameras on the rear are arranged vertically and mounted on the rear panel’s top left corner. The fingerprint sensor is located at the top center of the panel and you can also see the imprint created by the 3.5 mm audio jack opening.
The design has leaked in a black glossy finish, but at launch, more color options will be added. The Galaxy A21 was spotted in many Geekbench listings last month, and the handset is tipped to power the MediaTek Helio P35 octa-core SoC coupled with 3 GB RAM. The latest Samsung mobile was listed to run on the Android 10 software. Further, the new Samsung Galaxy phone expected to come with at least 64GB of onboard storage and include a microSD card slot. Users can stay connected with our web portal for the latest technology updates and news around the world.