Samsung Galaxy A21s Tipped to Sport Macro Camera

Samsung revamped its Galaxy A series last year and the company introduced a variety of phones in this new series catering to different audiences. This year, successors are expected to arrive, with the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 already official. The Galaxy A21s has been in the rumor mill for some time, and now a new report suggests that the phone will have a macro camera. The phone’s model number is likely to be SM-A2127F, and the report also reveals some other key specifications and color options of the Galaxy A21.

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Sammobile has reported that the Samsung Galaxy A21S, expected to be released sometime this year, is under development for the US market. It is designed to sport a 2-megapixel macro camera, but the number of rear sensors has not been revealed. The phone is also tipped to offer 32GB and 64GB storage options, and is available in at least four color options – Black, Blue, Red and White. To recall, the Samsung Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 phones sport a 5-megapixel macro camera, and the Galaxy A21 is now touted as a slightly lower resolution camera. This indicates that all 2020 Galaxy A-series phones can sport macro lenses, even low-end variants. Of course, this is just speculation and should be taken lightly.

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The report also says that Samsung can only launch the Galaxy A21 in select markets, and other markets may see the launch of the Galaxy A21. The Galaxy A21 rear case render leaks suggest that the Galaxy A21 may have a waterdrop-style notch, thin bezels on all sides and a triple rear camera setup. A cut out for the rear fingerprint sensor is also seen on the case, and the three cameras are expected to be aligned vertically. In these renders, the 3.5mm audio jack and USB Type-C port are seen on the bottom edge, and a gradient back panel design.

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