The Samsung Galaxy A21s is one of the cheapest phones from the Samsung stable.  It is powered by a 5,000 mAh battery and the superb Exynos 850 processor. The Exynos 850 processor is the first low-end chipset that Samsung has ever developed on the 8nm process node.

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Design and Display

The A21s has an eyeball-grabbing design with a plastic back, and a gradient finish. The backside is kept plain, with no engravings or patterns. The device has a classy look and feels good on the hand. The front side has a 6.5-inch Infinity-O display, with a punch hole towards the left corner, and an LCD panel with HD+ resolution. The device has a rear-facing physical fingerprint reader.

Camera

There are four cameras on the Galaxy A21s. Two of them— the depth and macro cameras — are equipped with 2-megapixel sensors. The depth camera is primarily used for background blur in bokeh photos. There is also a macro camera in the device. The primary camera of 48 megapixels gives detailed and superb quality photos. There is, however, no dedicated Night mode, slow motion and hyper-lapse modes. The ultra-wide camera is useful, though it has an average picture quality.

Performance

The Galaxy A21s performance is average in comparison to its counterparts.

Software

The Galaxy A21s is the first Galaxy phone to have a Core version of One UI 2.1. having the Core tag means it has basic features like the Galaxy M series phones. The phone has Android 10 features like Digital Wellbeing and Google’s navigation gestures, and Samsung features like theme support, Dual Messenger, Game Launcher, as well as One-handed mode.

Audio and Call Quality

The Galaxy A21s doesn’t come with earphones, and one has to purchase them separately. The speaker is of good quality with Dolby Atmos support, which works both in wired and Bluetooth audio. The call and audio quality is good with enhanced stereo and surrounds effects from Dolby support.

Battery Life

The A21s has an excellent battery life and can last up to two full days after a full charge. It is almost impossible to drain the A21s in a single day of its battery life even with heavy use. The battery life is one of the most distinctive features of the phone. The Galaxy A21s also supports 15W fast charging, and battery life can speed up from 0 to 100 in just over two hours. The Galaxy A21s is excellent for people looking for a phone with great battery life.