No competition for the Poco X2: Samsung Galaxy A21S launched with a punch hole display and quad camera but mediocre Exynos 850 performance disappoints
Samsung recently announced the Galaxy A21S midrange smartphone. At £179, it is touted as the successor to the Galaxy A20S, a Snapdragon 450 device that struggled to wow. The Galaxy A21S features an Infinity-O punch hole display and quad camera setup.
While the A21S' 6.5 in AMOLED display should provide a decent in-hand experience, the sluggish chipset makes this phone a hard pass for anyone looking to run titles like PUBG and Call of Duty Mobile at higher settings.