According to at least one survey, the Samsung Galaxy A20 was one of the top ten most successful phones of 2019. And It’s not hard to see why, because the device packed incredible value and performance for a mid-range smartphone price.
It looks as if Samsung is planning a sequel, as frequent leaker Evan Blass has posted on his Patreon account an apparent 360 degree Galaxy A21 build.
The simulation shows a phone as seen on the Galaxy A20 with a punch-hole camera, rather than a water-drop notch. We also get a look at the back of the handset, showing a rear quad-camera in place of the dual camera set-up of the old model.
If the quad camera setup for the Samsung Galaxy A21 is like other recent Galaxy A-series phones, then we can expect big, ultra-wide, macro, and depth cameras. Perhaps the new Samsung phone also offers another increase in camera resolution, as the Galaxy A20 offered a 13MP main camera and an ultra-wide secondary 5MP sensor.
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Many notable features include a rear fingerprint scanner (no in-display sensor), a thick bottom bezel, and a 3.5 mm port. Processor, display information and battery capacity are not leaked at this point. And we may have to wait for those bits of information to be publicly announced.
Either way, we expect the Galaxy A21 to be another successful entry in the 2020 line-up of Samsung — given it is available at a reasonable price.