At the end of last February, Samsung released the Galaxy M31 which has a large capacity battery. Almost a month lapse, Samsung is now introducing the younger brother, the Galaxy M21.
The Galaxy M21 has a similar appearance to the Galaxy M31. The screen size is similar, which is 6.4 inches in Full HD Plus resolution.
The screen also carries the Infinty-U design with a small bangs containing the front camera. Inside the bangs, a selfie of 20 MP is embedded.
Despite its similar appearance, there is little difference between the Galaxy M21 and Galaxy M31. One of them lies in the photography sector.
The Galaxy M21 is equipped with only three rear cameras, consisting of a 48 MP main camera, an 8 MP ultrawide camera, and a 5 MP depth sensor camera. Unlike the Galaxy M31 that has four rear cameras. While similar hardware.
The Galaxy M21 is also equipped with System-on-Chip (SoC) Exynos 9611 that is matched with 4 GB and 6 RAM, as well as an internal memory of 128 GB. This storage media capacity can be expanded with micro SD card up to 512 GB.
Also, the carrying capacity of the battery is the same. The Galaxy M21 also has a jumbo battery with a capacity of 6,000 mAh, which supports 15W fast charging technology.
With the battery, Samsung claimed this phone can be used to listen to music for 131 hours and play videos up to 29 hours in a single charge.
The Galaxy M21 has also been equipped with a USB Type-C connector, as well as a conventional fingerprint scanner module placed on the back of the device.
The Galaxy M21 runs the Android 10 operating system and is coated with a Samsung-style interface, One UI 2.0, as compiled from GSMArena.
In India, the Galaxy M21 comes with two color variants, namely Raven Black and Midnight Blue.
The phone can be booked on the Amazon India website from March 23 to the upcoming and sold at the lowest price of 12,999 rupees for a variant of 4 GB/64 GB.