Galaxy M21 is expected to succeed Galaxy M20
While Samsung launched the Galaxy M31 last month in India, the company is following it up with the Galaxy M21 this coming March 16th. Since there’s a good chance that M31 won’t ever arrive in the Philippines, at the very least, the Galaxy M21 may arrive as the successor to last year’s Galaxy M20 that launched for P10,990.
Official posters shared online already confirmed some of the specs of M21. As usual, there’s the massive 6000mAh battery that should contribute to the overall weight of the handset. Additionally, it’s going to support 15W fast charging via USB-C. The same punchy Super AMOLED will be used for the display, while there will be three main cameras with the 48MP sensor being the headline. The selfie camera housed inside the teardrop notch is said to be a 20MP sensor.
Adding a recent Geekbench listing with the model number SM-M215F, the M21 will be powered by Exynos 9611 10nm chipset with Mali-G72MP3 GPU. It’s going to be paired with up to 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage.
Pricing remains to be revealed, but, the Galaxy M31 launched with a starting price of INR 15,999(~P11K). With that in mind, expect the M21 to be more affordable.