The Samsung Galaxy M21 smartphone, which was supposed to launch today, will now be unveiled on March 18, a landing page on Amazon has confirmed. The device is the successor to the Galaxy M20 that was launched in India in January last year. Previous reports have claimed that the handset will have substantial upgrades over the last year’s model, including a bigger battery, a better display and more number of cameras.
As per the listing on Amazon, the phone will come with a Super AMOLED display with a U-shaped notch. A report had claimed that the Galaxy M21 will don a 6.4-inch display. There’s a massive 6,000 mAh battery, an upgrade over its predecessor which has 5,000mAh battery. Further, the handset will come with a triple camera system with a 48MP primary unit. The Galaxy M21 has a dual-camera setup with 13MP primary sensor. On the front, the upcoming smartphone will have a 20MP camera.
While there’s no information on the other specs and features, a Geekbench listing showed an alleged Galaxy M21 with an Exynos 9611 mobile platform coupled with 4GB RAM. Rumour mill suggests that there is a 6GB RAM variant as well. Recently, Samsung launched the Galaxy M31 device that has the Exynos 9611 chipset with 6GB RAM & 128GB storage, a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display, and a 6,000 mAh battery. However, the Galaxy M21 will not have a quad-camera setup with 64MP primary sensor.