The revamped Galaxy M series which saw a massive overhauling in the outgone year, and which by far accounted for Samsung’s success in the Chinese and Indian market will all be getting successor later this year. Words about the Galaxy M21 which will take over from the M20 first surfaced late in 2019, and now we have more evidence the device will indeed go official soon.
While there aren’t any official words that suggest so, the said Galaxy M21 with the model number SM-M215F has just popped up on the popular Geekbench database. Notably, the listing reveals it will ship with Android 10 out of the box, while it will be house an Exynos 9611 SoC with 4GB RAM under the hood. The Exynos 9611 powers the Galaxy A51, and this suggests the Galaxy M21 should come excellent value for the price range.
- Operating System. Android 10
- 6.3 inches (16 cm) bezel-less display with a waterdrop notch.
- Samsung Exynos 9 Octa 9611 Octa-core Processor. 4 GB RAM. 64 GB internal storage, expandable up to 512 GB.
- 24 + 5 MP Dual Rear Cameras.
- 5000 mAh battery.
- Fingerprint Sensor.
There isn’t much else we could glean from the Galaxy M21 Geekbench listing, however, previous reports suggest the device could come retaining the M20 camera setup – a dual rear camera at the back, as well as Infinity-V display with a single front camera. The Galaxy M20 from last year arrived with a fingerprint scanner, support for Face unlock, as well as a massive 5000mAh battery.
The battery was by far one its USP, so the Galaxy M21 is likely to retain the battery so it could stand a chance against devices from Xiaomi.
Samsung Galaxy M21 launch Date
Samsung announced the M20 back in January 2019 and was later released in February, and if it follows the same pattern, then we might hope to see the Galaxy M21 later this Month, precisely in the coming week.