New Images Showing the Design of the Samsung Galaxy A21 with Four Rear Cameras


Render images showing the design of the new smartphone Galaxy A21, which South Korean technology manufacturer Samsung will introduce in the coming days, have been shared. The images show that the smartphone will come with four rear cameras.

Render images of the Galaxy A11 and Galaxy A41 devices of Samsung, which were constantly in trouble with leaks, appeared last week. When we said that we have forgotten exactly these devices, this time the images allegedly belonging to the company’s new smartphone, the middle segment, Galaxy A21, were shared.

The smartphone, whose images were reflected in the press for the first time last December, would have a notched screen and triple rear camera setup according to the claims at the time, but when we look at the new images that appear, the Galaxy A21 will have a quad-rear camera setup and is located in the upper left corner of the screen instead of the notch. will use the front camera.

What will the Samsung Galaxy A21 offer?
On the back of the phone we can see an LED flash accompanying the quad camera setup. However, another remarkable point is the fingerprint sensor located right next to the cameras. On a phone that will be released in 2020, we can say that the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor is somewhat surprising. At this point, many manufacturers manage to place the fingerprint sensor on the screen, even on their more affordable phones.

The South Korean company has not made a statement about the Galaxy A21 so far. However, sources close to the company say the phone will have 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of expandable storage along with the Exynos 7904 processor. Other transfers include information that the phone will come with an HD + AMOLED display and a relatively large battery of 4,000 mAh.

As we mentioned above, neither the technical specifications, price nor promotional date of the Samsung Galaxy A21 are known yet, but more information is expected to come to light in the coming days. At this point, we will continue to inform you if there is any improvement.


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