Samsung has announced the Galaxy M21s, an upgraded version of the M21 launched last March. The main change in the specification concerns the array of photo sensors. The front camera has been upgraded from a 20-megapixel sensor to a 32-megapixel sensor, and is still located in a tiny recess.
At the rear, the main camera was upgraded from a 48-to-64-megapixel sensor, but the other pair of cameras remained as they were: 8-megapixel with a wide angle, and a depth sensor. The device will support some of the photography features originally developed for Samsung’s flagship devices, including Single Take that allows video and still images to be shot simultaneously, and image stabilization based on an artificial intelligence mechanism.
The rest of the specs remain unchanged with a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen and FHD + resolution, an Exynos 9611 processor with 4GB of working memory and 64GB of expandable file storage via a microSD card. The battery has a respectable volume of 6,000 mAh, with support for fast charging at a power of 15 watts. The device comes with a fingerprint scanner located in the back, and the operating system is of course Android 10 with a One UI interface.
The M21s first arrive in the Brazilian market, where they will be sold in black and blue for about $ 275. It is also expected to reach additional markets in South America, but global marketing plans have yet to be revealed.