The upcoming Samsung Galaxy A-series of smartphone- Galaxy A21s, has received FCC certification in the US, suggesting that the smartphone will be available soon. The Galaxy A21s is a rebranded version of Galaxy A21 that was launched earlier this month. The new device will come with minor improvements in cameras and charging capabilities.
The FCC listing has revealed the key specifications of the device. According to the listing, Galaxy A21s will be flaunting a 6.4-inch display which resembles the A21 that arrived with 6.5-inch HD+ Infinity-O display. The phone will be loaded with 15W fast charging support coupled with LTE2, WCDMA1900, GSM1900, WCDMA1700 LTE66, LTE41, and GSM850 network bands. Moreover, the handset will measure 163.7mmx75.3mm and run the latest Android 10 operating system with One UI 2.0 on top.
The Geekbench listing had previously suggested that Galaxy A21s will come powered by the Exynos 850 processor which is still not announced and pack a 3GB of RAM and 32GB/64GB storage variants. It will be available in blue, black, white, and red colour options.
The Galaxy A21s will have the same design as Galaxy A21. Like its predecessor, it may boast of a quad-camera module featuring a 16-megapixel, primary camera, and ultra-wide, depth, and macro lenses for more creative photography. It may pack 4000mAh battery that lets users charge up in a flash with 15W Fast Charge support.
Unlike the Galaxy A21 which retails at $249 (roughly Rs 19,000) in the US, the Galaxy A21s is expected to cost around Rs 12,000.