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Samsung Galaxy M21 has (some) specifications confirmed in performance test!

Samsung is already making the final preparations for the presentation of the new devices to integrate its Galaxy M line. Among the various smartphones that will present is the Samsung Galaxy M21. Now, through its appearance on the performance testing website Geekbench, we are left with the confirmation of some of its specifications.

According to the list, it is confirmed that the Galaxy M21 will arrive equipped with the Exynos 9611 processor, supported by at least 4GB of RAM. This confirmation will certainly please the fans of the brand, since it is guaranteed to bring great improvements in its performance.

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Alleged Samsung Galaxy M21 specifications

  • Exynos 9611 processor
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB / 128GB internal memory
  • Dual rear camera: 24MP + 5MP (depth)
  • Android 10, OneUI 2.0

Unfortunately, not much information has been circulated about the specifications of the new smartphone. Still, what little we know, confirms that it will present major improvements when compared to its predecessor.

Virtually all the revealed specifications are impressive, considering that this will be a smartphone aimed at a mid-range / low end segment. Improvements in your processor, cameras and storage will considerably increase your price / quality ratio.

Samsung Galaxy M21 Geekbench

So far, the date of presentation for the new smartphones of the Galaxy M line is not known. Last year, the brand presented the new additions still during the month of January. Therefore, it is expected that more information will emerge in the coming days.

It must be guaranteed that at least the Samsung Galaxy M21 ends up being officially presented before the next Unpacked event takes place, where the new high-end models will be presented.

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