New leaks regarding the Samsung A21 have surfaced on the internet in recent days. These new renders seem to show the mid-range device with a hole-punch display and quad-rear cameras.
These new leaks courtesy of popular tipster Evan Blass, show the Samsung mid-ranger from different angles, with a hole-punch display with a cut-out in the top left corner of the screen. The volume and power buttons are also spotted on the right edge of the phone, with the quad-rear cameras aligned vertically in the top left of the back panel.
These leaks also show the fingerprint sensor in the top centre of the rear panel. The render is seen in a black glossy shade but the A21 is expected to come in more colour shades when it is eventually launched.
Just around a month ago, the A21 was spotted in several listings and is expected to have the MediaTek Helio P35 octa-core SoC under the hood with 3GB of RAM. The device should run on the latest Android 10 OS and is also expected to feature 64GB of inbuilt memory with a microSD card slot to expand the phone’s memory.
There is no official word yet from the South Korean company regarding the launch of this smartphone, but the device is expected to fall in the sub $200 range in terms of pricing. It is believed that in the coming days, more information regarding its availability in certain markets will be made public.