Two new smartphones from Samsung appear to be ready for release; the Samsung Galaxy A01 and the Galaxy A21. A manufacturer of cases for these phones has leaked these renders and they do reveal a few specifications. More information on devices has been gathered from the certification sites like FCC. The phones could be in the lineup from the South Korean company for release in the New Year. There are several other Samsung Galaxy devices about which rumors are flying thick and fast.
The Samsung Galaxy A01 Will be a Budget Offering
The leaked renders suggest the Samsung Galaxy A01 will sport two cameras in the rear but the physical fingerprint scanner is missing. The image of the front of the phone has a V or U-shaped notch in the center to house the selfie camera. The other information available on this model is that it will have a display of 5.7-inches and will be powered by an octa-core processor having a clocking speed of 2.0GHz. The RAM is expected to be 2GB and the internal storage 16GB. The battery is predicted to be 2,920mAh. The operating system will be Android 10. The phone had been sighted on some platforms with the code SM-A015F.
A Triple Camera Setup in the Samsung Galaxy A21
The Samsung Galaxy A21 is the successor device to the Galaxy A20 launched last year. Unlike the Galaxy A01 on which some details were available, there is no such luck with this device. The leaked renders do indicate the rear panel with slots for three cameras. The front of this device has a similar V or U-shaped notch in the center. The fingerprint scanner can be seen as provided by the slot in the case.
These are just leaked images from outside sources and not officially acknowledged by Samsung.
Meanwhile, the company is busy making plans for the launch of the S series flagships, the Samsung Galaxy S11, S11 Plus and possibly the S11e as well. There are rumors of a Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite doing the rounds, though, again, there is no confirmation on this yet.
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