- The Samsung Galaxy A21 will support dual-band Wi-Fi
- It is expected to launch with a quad rear camera setup and punch-hole display
- Samsung Galaxy A21 will succeed the Galaxy A20
The Samsung Galaxy A21 is widely expected to launch this year to replace the outgoing Galaxy A20. We have seen some renders before and the smartphone has appeared on Geekbench in March. This week, the Galaxy A21 received the Wi-Fi Alliance certifications, which reveals the phone will come dual-band Wi-Fi support. The Galaxy A21 with model number SM-A217F will also run on Android 10 when it goes official, which is quite expected. Apart from this, the Wi-Fi certification really does not reveal much else.
Despite being a budget device, the Galaxy A21 is expected to be a major upgrade over its predecessor, the Galaxy A20. According to a Geekbench listing last month, the smartphone will be powered by the MediaTek Helio P35 SoC paired with 3GB RAM. So far, renders of the Galaxy A21 has suggested that it will feature a quad rear camera setup and an Infinity-O punch hole display on the front. This also leads Being a budget device, it will most likely come with a physical, rear mounted fingerprint scanner.
Other Samsung Galaxy A21 specifications a 4,000mAh battery with 15W fast charging support and an HD+ display. The Samsung Galaxy A21 does not have a launch date yet. The coronavirus pandemic has stalled many smartphone launches as productions have taken a hit. With the Galaxy A10 priced at Rs 9,999 and the A20s at Rs 11,999, expect the Galaxy A21 to also launch at a similar point, or at a slight premium.