The Samsung Galaxy s A21s has been popping up in the rumor mill from time to time over the last couple of months. Now, a new leak claims that you now have an image of the front of it. It’s a little weird, but totally believable development as the front panel of the device, such as is shown here, it looks almost identical to the one set by the recent samsung Galaxy A21 leaked images. Not only that, but the Galaxy s (A11), and 11 seem to be in exactly the same boat as well. Interestingly enough, in spite of their low status in the line-up, the last two of them with brakes, to show a slimmer chin, and the top cover plates are in their respective uses. In addition, the same upper-left corner placement of the Self-D selfie camera, and punch the hole. Sure, not a lot, though, so we’ll just have to assume that all of these models, it will be virtually impossible to tell apart next to each other, as soon as they reach the market.
Samsung Galaxy gt A21s, rendering
The source of this new image also features a few specs of the samsung Galaxy A21s, which happens to fall in line nicely with a recent GeekBench listing for the SM-A21F/DC machine. We are on the look out for a 6.5-inch device. Probably, 6.55 inches, to be exact, with a HD+ resolution. 3GB of RAM, 32GB or 64GB of storage, NFC and a fingerprint scanner. A rear-mounted, like all the other Galaxy s devices such as those referred to above.
Circling back to the said to the GeekBench listing, and a couple of other rumors, we’ll be playing in the Galaxy A21s, it will be the sport’s a large 5,000 mAh battery, which 48MP-main-8 MEGAPIXELS ultrawide and a 2 MEGAPIXEL macro camera, on the back, and a 13MP selfie on the front. And last, but not least, a S the 850 chipset.
That last one may very well be one of the few differentiating details between the Galaxy, A21s, and the vanilla in the Galaxy, A21, said, that the use of a MediaTek Helio-P35 place. Plus, with a potential of less than 4,000 mAh battery. It is also a micro-usb connector rumor is floating about that the A21s, and A21. But it seems to me to be quite unlikely, in view of the fact that the Galaxy is on the A20 and A20s have been using the USB Type-C.