Samsung Galaxy A21 360-Degree Render Leaks, Quad Rear Cameras, Hole-Punch Display

The fingerprint sensor is placed at the top centre of the rear panel, and a 3.5 mm audio jack is also tipped to the Samsung Galaxy A21

There’s been plenty of Samsung Galaxy A21 leaks this year, and now we get a full view of the handset, thanks to a fresh render leaks. The new leak reports suggest that the Samsung Galaxy A21 will have a hole-punch display on the rear and a quad-camera setup. There is also a fingerprint scanner which can be seen at the back. In previous leaks, the Galaxy A21 has been supposed to pack a massive 5,000mAh battery, and driven by the MediaTek Helio P35 SoC

The rendering of the Samsung Galaxy A21 was leaked by Evan Blass alias @evleaks and later released by SamMobile. The mobile can be seen from any perspective-front, side and back. The Galaxy A21 is seen up front featuring a hole-punch display with the cut out at the top left of the screen. At the bottom of the window, there is significant chin while all the other sides feature slender bezels.

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Also, on the right edge of the phone are the volume and power keys, while the quad cameras on the back are arranged vertically – one below the other – and mounted at the top left corner of the rear panel. The fingerprint sensor is in rear panel’s top centre, and you can also see the indent formed by the 3.5 mm audio jack opening. The SIM tray slot is seen at the display’s left side

The design has leaked in a black glossy finish, but at launch, it will add more colour choices. The Galaxy A21 was spotted in many Geekbench listings last month, and the phone is tipped to power the MediaTek Helio P35 octa-core SoC coupled with 3 GB RAM. The phone to run on the new Android 10 software has been announced. Additionally, the phone is required to have at least 64 GB of onboard storage and have a microSD card slot.

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