Samsung Nepal has launched yet another budget mid-range Smartphone in Nepal, Galaxy A21s. This year we have already seen various devices under A series by Samsung. Galaxy A Series has always been targeted toward the offline market audience. We don’t really see aggressive pricing from Samsung here, as their M series. The device was launched few weeks ago in our neighborhood, India.
Design & Optics
Samsung Galaxy A21s looks like just another midrange from Samsung in 2020. It has an all-glass front with a punch hole at the top left corner. At the back, we will be getting a glossy plastic back with a quad-camera setup and a rear fingerprint scanner.
Talking about those cameras, It had a 48MP primary sensor with f/2.0 aperture coupled with an 8MP f/2.0 ultrawide angle lens. The rest of the two are a 2MP each depth sensor and a microlens. While the selfie shooter is a 13MP camera with f/2.2 aperture.
While we are at the front let’s talk about that display. It’s a TFT LCD Screen with HD+ resolution. So this time it’s not an AMOLED display.
Power & Performance
While under the hood we have some changes comparing it with its predecessor Galaxy A20s, instead of 14nm Snapdragon 450 we have a new Samsung SoC here. It’s an 8nm Exynos 805. In the SoC ranking, it may just be me a few steps ahead 450. Regular day-to-day tasks are going to be similar but due to its 8nm manufacturing process, it must be far more efficient.
Earlier on Galaxy A20 & Galaxy A20s, we got a great battery life even with a 4000mAh battery and a 14nm chip, which means with the A21s it’s going to be better this time.
Galaxy A21s Price & Availability
Samsung Galaxy A21s is priced at Rs.24,999 for a 4+64GB variant. It is now available at Samsung partnered retail outlets all across the nation with Black, Blue, and White color options.
|Model||Price In Nepal|
|Samsung Galaxy A21s||Rs.24,999.00|
This device is not for power users. You should keep in mind that you can get a better performing device under a similar price bracket. But if you are someone who is familiar with Samsung’s One UI, Samsung brand name and looking for a budget device with great battery life and a full-screen display (though it’s a TFT panel) along with a decent camera. Then you may consider this device.
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