Samsung is known for its name in high-quality, multi-range product, and innovation. The Galaxy M21 had arrived in March last year as one of its Samsung’s budget offerings that were similar to the company’s type A series of smartphones.
An updated version dubbed after more than a year, as the Galaxy M21s has been released that brings the latest and an upgraded camera setup at almost a similar price tag as at the same price.
Design and Display of M21s
The design of the latest model is not much different. It has almost the same tiny U-shaped notch for its front camera on top of the screen with a 6.4-inch and 1080p AMOLED panel.
The bezel’s surroundings are extremely small, with the exception of the chin. The back of the phone has a triple camera setup that is in a rectangular housing, and there is a fingerprint sensor next to it.
Internals and Storage
The phone’s internal specifications are also not different from M21 as the main chipset of the device of the phone is the Exynos-9611 that is just paired with a memory of 4GB RAM and also 64GB storage. However, the storage is as expandable that it is up to 1TB storage via a microSD card. It also boosts the Android 10 with Samsung’s updated One UI on the top.
The camera field or department is where all the latest upgrades are found. It has the main 48MP sensor that has been swapped out for a camera of 64MP; however, the rest of all the setup almost the same.
There is another 8MP ultra-wide camera in the phone and a 5MP depth sensor with it for good portrait shots. It can record up to 4K videos at only 30 FPS. The 20MP amazing selfie camera has also been upgraded with it to a 32MP shooter.
Battery and Pricing
There is a huge 6,000 mAh battery on the board, but it has only the 15W fast charging, which means that it takes 2 hours or more time to charge fully or completely.
The Galaxy M21s available colors are Blue and Black, and it will go for sale for $275.