SAMSUNG Galaxy M21 Smartphone Full Specifications| Price and Features|

 SAMSUNG Galaxy M21 Smartphone

SAMSUNG Galaxy M21 Smartphone is a reliable and handy smartphone available in various colors , with the powerful 16MP selfie camera in the segment.


PRICE 4GB|64GB : 174$ (14290₹)

PRICE 6GB|128GB : 182$ (14990₹)




(23 March 20)


SCREEN : 6.4 inch

STORAGE : 4/64 GB & 6/128 GB

BATTERY : 6000 mAh

RAM         :  4/6 GB

(FRONT)    :  20MP , f/2.2
(REAR)        : 48+8+5MP

OS              :  Android 10, upgradable to Android 11, One UI 3.1 Core

PROCESSOR: Samsung Exynos 9 Octa 9611

COLORS    : Black , Blue

DIMENSIONS: 159 x 75.1 x 8.9 mm (6.26 x 2.96 x 0.35 in)

  • It comes with AMOLED Display
  • Big battery life
  • Good cameras for photography
  • Big screen
  • Feel good mobile from Samsung
  • Build quality is average
  • Charging speed is slow comparatively
  • Average Processor

Samsung has been tinkering with formulas for the success of its affordable smartphone range in India, culminating in the M series. In general, Samsung focuses on three very important aspects that an affordable phone should have: a large battery, a good display, and a decent camera set. All this would have been great just a few years ago, but today even the most affordable spaces are rich in features .High refresh rate displays, 64MP quad cameras, liquid cooling systems, high-performance chipsets and much more. All are priced at less than Rs 15,000.

We can’t help but be overly critical of smartphones under Rs 15,000, but the fierce competition for features at an affordable price makes us question the Galaxy M21. Checking Samsung’s basics in the budget segment doesn’t seem enough when you’re stuffed to the brim with .

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Samsung Galaxy M21 Availability:

The lowest price for the Samsung Galaxy M21 in India is £14000 . The phone is available in 6GB+128GB and 4GB+64GB storage variants in India.

In Detail:

Display and Design:

As you’d expect from a budget phone, the Galaxy M21 skimped on physical aesthetics to create a durable device. The M21’s body and frame are made of polycarbonate, giving it a glass-like glossy look, but not too fragile. The curved back fits snugly in your hand, which is true for some budget phones, and the black variant we received for review doesn’t show fingerprints unless you shine it in the light. My review unit shows signs of wear after just a few hours of play, but scratches very easily.

        On the front of the phone is an Infinity U display with a waterdrop notch that houses a selfie shooter. On the underside we have a standard Type-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a speaker grille. There are no buttons other than the volume rocker and power button. A capacitive fingerprint sensor sits flush with the body and flanks the back of the phone, along with a triple camera module that eliminates wobble when placed on a flat surface. It is surprisingly lightweight despite being equipped with


The M21’s camera system is nearly identical to the Galaxy M31 (review), but without the macro lens. The M21 has a 48-megapixel primary snapper in a triple camera layout, the other two being an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens and a 5-megapixel depth sensor.

        With plenty of light hitting the main lens, you get great shots with great dynamic range and exposure handling. Of course, Samsung’s own photo color pumping can make photos look more contrasting, but that’s not a disadvantage at that price point — although the sensor struggles to focus on nearby objects The Galaxy M21 uses pixel binning, so the standard photo resolution is 12 MP. A separate 3:4 48MP mode exists for capturing more detailed photos, but in general there wasn’t a lot of extra detail in this mode. In fact, the 48MP mode produced slightly drab photos by comparison. The presence of the depth sensor ensures good separation of the background in bokeh shots, but that’s all it takes .The ultra wide sensor has a huge 123 degree field of view, but a lot of distortion around the edges I have. However, I was impressed with how the lens was able to reproduce a lot of detail and just the right color temperature. This is something you rarely see in this price range.

Battery :

It’s safe to say that the Galaxy M21 offers some of the best battery life you can get in an affordable smartphone .The huge 6,000mAh powerhouse can easily last a full day without running out of battery 2 days are approaching. In our standard battery test running a looping video at half brightness and volume, the phone lasted almost 30 hours, and about an hour of his PUBG Mobile drained the phone with just 12% battery. This is pretty amazing in my opinion. The only criticism is the 15W charge, which takes over two hours to fully charge the phone.

Performance and Software:

The 10nm-based Exynos 9611 powers the Galaxy M21, the same SoC found in the more expensive Galaxy M31. There are no technical issues with this chipset, but there is a noticeable delay that I have noticed in normal daily activities .There is a slight delay between clicking a photo and previewing it, and when viewing a 48MP photo, this delay became more pronounced. With 5 or more tabs open in Chrome, there is lag in opening more tabs, usually noticeable when opening more apps if you have several heavy apps open in the background I could feel the lag. I may be picky, but I’m used to smoothing out the performance of things like the Realme 6 (review) and Redmi Note 9 Pro (review) with the MediaTek G90T and Snapdragon 720G respectively. The M21 variant I received happens to come with 4GB of RAM, but you can upgrade to the 6GB version for Rs 15,499.

        I’m not saying the M21 is a slow phone. In fact, his Geekbench score for the M21 matches both the Redmi Note 9 Pro and the Realme 6. However, compared to Redmi and Realme devices, the M21 seems to have much better software and hardware integration. For those looking to play his PUBG on a budget, the M21 will not disappoint in his first hour or so. You can keep the graphics smooth and set the frame rate to Extreme for a smoother experience, but your device will slow down as you approach 60 minutes. However, all casual games ran smoothly and smoothly. There’s a capacitive fingerprint sensor on the back for authentication, which works well and is very responsive.

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