It was in January 2019 when Samsung launched the Galaxy M20 smartphone. Just after one year has passed, the first news about its successor, the Galaxy M21 is first known through the Geekbench listing. Now, we are able to spot the Samsung Galaxy M21 on the Wi-Fi Alliance database, where it carries the model number SM-M215F. The listing on Wi-Fi Alliance re-confirms the device will run Android 10 out of the box.
The previous Geekbench listing did reveal the key specifications of the Galaxy M21. As per Geekbench, the smartphone seems to be powered by in-house Exynos 9611 chipset. Interestingly, the same processor is also present in the Galaxy A51 smartphone too.
An exclusive report by Sammobile states that the Galaxy M21 will include a minimum of 4GB RAM in the base model in contrast to the Galaxy M20 which had 3GB RAM in the base variant. The report also suggests that there will be three colors, namely black, blue and new violet flavors.
The Samsung Galaxy M21 is rumored to sport triple camera setup on the rear and on the front, we suspect there could be Infinity-U display with a single selfie camera within it. In addition to the Galaxy M21, Samsung also seems to be working on the Galaxy M31 and M11.