“Samsung Galaxy M21 and Galaxy M11 may launch soon to succeed last year’s Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M10 phones”
Samsung Galaxy M21, which was recently spotted on Geekbench, has now surfaced on the Bluetooth certification website. The listing, spotted by tipster Mukul Sharma, reveals the Galaxy M21 smartphone with the same model number SM-M215F_DS (‘DS’ stands for dual SIM) as the benchmarking site. This means that the handset could be powered by Exynos 9611 chipset, which rocks Samsung’s recently launched mid-range Galaxy A51 smartphone as well. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy M11 has also been spotted on the NBTC certification site in Thailand. Samsung Galaxy M21 and Galaxy M11 phones are expected to launch soon to replace last year’s Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M10, respectively.
The Galaxy M21, however, will most likely be more of an affordable offering, priced around Rs 10,000. The Galaxy M21 specifications remain vague at the moment but can tell you that it’ll run Android 10-based One UI 2.0 out of the box. While the phone is rumoured to come with 4GB RAM, a couple of other RAM variants are also expected. The handset is tipped to sport 24MP + 5MP dual rear cameras and come in as many as three colour options: Black, Blue, and Green.
It’s worth mentioning that the Galaxy M21 Bluetooth certification listing comes just a day after the teaser of Galaxy M31 India launch was shared. Chances are that the company may announce all three Galaxy M-series phones together.
The Samsung Galaxy M11 has been in the news since December, but not a lot has been revealed about the device. The Galaxy M11 was seen running on Android 10 on Wi-Fi Alliance last month and the phone is reported to launch in a violet colour option. Since the Galaxy M20 and M10 were launched in early 2019, it suggests that Galaxy M21 and M11 should be just around the corner.