Samsung Launches New Smartphone, Samsung Galaxy A21 Simple

Samsung has launched a new smartphone called the Galaxy A21 Simple SCV49 into the market in Japan. The phone is powered by an Exynos SoC and comes with a single rear camera which is a bit different from the Galaxy A21 which was released in the first quarter of last year.

The Samsung Galaxy A21 Simple SCV49 which has just been launched will begin to be sold in Japan from 9th September 2021. It is quite different from the Galaxy A21 that was launched globally in April last year.

The Samsung Galaxy A21 Simple comes with a notched display instead of a hole-punch cutout and it is also powered by an Exynos SoC and comes with a single-rear camera.

The phone has thick bezels all around and is offered in two colors. There is only one configuration available for the Galaxy A21 Simple. The phone is stated to be sold at roughly $200 and is offered in Black and White colors.

Samsung Galaxy A21 Simple is powered by an Exynos SoC and comes with a single rear camera

Samsung Galaxy A21 Simple runs Android 11 and features a 5.8-inch HD+ (720×1,560 pixels) TFT display with 16.77 million colors. The phone is powered by an octa-core Exynos 7884B SoC and comes with 3GB of RAM. It is offered with 64GB of internal storage that is expandable via a microSD card (up to 1TB).

The phone has a single 13-megapixel sensor at the back for photos and videos and, in the front, there is a 5-megapixel selfie shooter housed in a notch. Its connectivity options include 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v5, GPS, and a USB Type-C port. Sensors onboard include an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, and proximity sensor. There is no fingerprint scanner but the phone comes with a face unlock feature.

The Galaxy A21 Simple in term of dimension measures 150x71x8.4mm and weighs 159 grams. It has 3,600mAh battery but there is no mention of fast charging. It is also said to be water-resistant.

The date has to when the phone is going to be released to the global market hasn’t be announced or known yet.

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