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Samsung Galaxy A21s Review

The Samsung Galaxy A21s is a mid-range smartphone with a 6.5-inch Infinity-O display and a 5,000mAh battery. This device also comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and a 123-degree Ultra Wide Cam. We will cover the specs of the device in this review, including the price, battery life, camera resolution, and more. Here are our thoughts on the handset.

6.5-inch Infinity-O Display

The next generation of the Galaxy S series has Samsung’s Infinity-O display. This curved screen technology uses laser cutting to eliminate the bezels, allowing more space for the screen. This new design also features an in-display fingerprint sensor, allowing users to unlock their phones using their finger. While the Infinity-O display may take some time to become popular among consumers, it is certainly worth a try.

The A21s features a large 6.5-inch Infinity-O display, quad camera, and huge 5,000mAh battery. It will be available for purchase on 19 June for PS179. The screen is also high-resolution, with 720 x 1600 pixels. The phone’s CPU is an octa-core Exynos processor. There is also 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. A microSD card slot is available to expand the storage up to 512GB.

The screen on the Samsung A21s is a 6.5-inch Infinity-O PLS TFT LCD panel with an HD+ resolution and 20:9 aspect ratio. While the overall viewing experience is decent, the punch-hole notch and screen bleed add a modern feel to the device. The screen is bright enough to use indoors, but the brightness levels are not impressive.

The A21s has a square-curved design, which is comfortable to hold. It doesn’t feel bulky, either. The design is also similar to recent smartphones. The Infinity-O display and the punch-hole at the top left corner make the phone convenient to use. Its 6.5-inch Infinity-O display offers HD+ resolution and a vibrant display. If you’re looking for a new phone, Samsung A21s could be the perfect choice.

Among the features of the A21s, the fingerprint scanner on the back is an attractive feature, but there are also some disadvantages. The octa-core processor and triple-slot SIM tray are both power-efficient, but they fall short in performance. The Samsung A21s has an octa-core processor, and it has three, four, or six GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB of internal storage. Those who are concerned about bloatware should steer clear of this phone.

5,000mAh battery

The Samsung A21s is an affordable mid-range Android smartphone. It is part of the Samsung Galaxy A series. Its 5,000mAh battery is large enough to power the whole day. But, if you’re worried that you’ll run out of power before you finish your work, don’t be. A large battery is the most important part of any phone’s performance. Fortunately, Samsung has made it easier than ever to replace the battery.

The Samsung A21s has a 5000mAh battery, which is big by 2020’s standards. It is larger than Apple’s new iPhone 12 Pro Max, which uses a 3687mAh battery. The battery life on the Samsung A21s is impressive, too. With that kind of capacity, you can expect to use your phone for two or three days without a charge. While this is a bit of a luxury, this phone is still a good choice for people who are looking for a large battery.

The Samsung A21s 5000mAh battery is a great choice for long-term battery life. It has enough power for most people to work a day on one charge. It is also compatible with fast charging (up to 15 watts) to get you through the day without a charge. The battery life is impressive – it’s impossible to run out of juice in a day. And while it may not be as big as a Galaxy S10’s, it’s still a great choice.

The Samsung A21s is a great personal smartphone. It has a 48 megapixel camera with excellent dynamic range. But, its nighttime performance is a bit lacking. While it is good at taking bright photos in daylight, details tend to get lost in artificial light, and noise creeps into low-light shots. As with many other Samsung A21s features, the battery life is important for long-term use.

The Galaxy A21s features a 48 MP primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and two megapixel f/2.4 depth sensor. The phone has a 13 MP selfie camera. Its 5,000mAh battery lasts for up to two days, and it supports 15-watt fast charging. Aside from a battery, it also comes with a 15-watt charger and rear fingerprint sensor.

Rear-mounted fingerprint reader

To find out whether the Samsung a21s has a rear-mounted fingerprint reader, we disassembled the phone and analyzed its internals. The phone is built from plastic on the back and frame, with a glass front and rear. It has a rear-mounted fingerprint reader that enables you to use the phone’s fingerprint sensor to unlock the device. We compared the phone’s performance, battery life, and overall feel with our tests.

The fingerprint scanner is rear-mounted, but the front and side-mounted fingerprint readers are also available. While a few of the Samsung a21s models have a rear-mounted fingerprint reader, most of them do not have this feature. It is better to have a fingerprint scanner that is located near the home button, but not on the front. This will prevent accidental fingerprints from unlocking the phone.

If you are experiencing problems unlocking your phone, you need to check the storage of your device. The phone’s fingerprint sensor may have been damaged or corrupted. Then, you should clean the phone’s storage by enabling the Clear Cache and Data options in the Fingerprint Authenticator app. This will enable the fingerprint sensor to perform correctly. But, it will not work if the data is corrupted.

The A21s weighs 192 grams and measures 163.6 x 75.9 mm. The fingerprint scanner is located on the rear panel and not built into the screen. It takes less than one second to unlock the phone, which is decent for a smartphone of its price range. However, the A21s does not offer face unlock, which is nice for people who want to unlock their phones quickly without removing their clothes.

Despite the A21s’ lack of a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, the phone features good cameras. The camera’s sensors are nearly identical to those on the Galaxy M21, which means that they’re comparable. The phone also has a good front camera, which is more than adequate for a midrange device. The Samsung a21s also has an excellent battery life and good battery life. If you’re looking for a midrange phone with a fingerprint scanner, look no further than the A21s.

123deg 8MP Ultra Wide Cam

The Galaxy A21s has a 123-degree wide-angle lens with a resolution of 12MP. The camera is capable of recording video in full HD and 720p. Its video quality is excellent, with excellent contrast and sharpness. The camera has excellent night vision, too. You can adjust the aspect ratio to take pictures of a moving object in low light. The ultra wide-angle lens has good night vision, too, although the video quality is limited by its low dynamic range.

The Samsung A21s has a quad camera system and intelligent photography innovations. The 48MP main camera with 8MP Ultra Wide sensor captures breathtaking landscape shots, and a 2MP depth camera offers up-close detail. The depth camera is capable of Live Focus, which applies a professional-looking background effect to your photos. The camera also supports face recognition and Live stickers. These features make the Galaxy A21s an excellent camera for everyday use.