As has been the case over the past few months, Samsung continues to prepare to launch several new smartphones for its mid-range lines. Although they haven’t officially introduced the Galaxy A21, the Samsung Galaxy A21s is already starting to show up.

After information about its colors and memory options has been revealed, the smartphone has now appeared on the performance testing platform, Geekbench. As usual, this listing confirms some of its specifications. Among the highlights, is the presence of the Exynos 850 processor, which has not yet been used on any smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy A21s geekbench

What we know about the Samsung Galaxy A21s

Unfortunately, information about its specifications is still scarce. The new listing confirms the presence of the Exynos 850 processor, which will be supported by at least 3GB of RAM. In addition, the presence of Android 10, which will arrive in the form of OneUI 2.0, has been confirmed.

Recently, there have also been several rumors that this smartphone will have a total of four rear cameras, which will include a 2 megapixel sensor with macro lens.

There is still no information on a possible presentation date, as we are still waiting for the Galaxy A21 to be presented. However, it is possible that the manufacturer will decide to present both smartphones during the same event, which would be the first time in the history of the Galaxy A family.

This will be another smartphone that should arrive at a very affordable price, following in the footsteps of its predecessor. The Galaxy A20s was launched with a price of around € 150, so it is expected that the new offers will also be around this value.

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