The Samsung Galaxy A21s is cleared for launch by the Bluetooth SIG, may be destined for several new markets
Today (May 1, 2020), the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has inadvertently confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy A20s will be updated with a new generation soon. This new phone has only been the stuff of rumors until now; however, we may now say it is a Bluetooth 5.0 device, at least.
According to this new certification, the A21s may have up to 5 different variants, each of which may be headed to different markets. One of these (the SM-A217F/DSN) has also been spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance's website, although this body did not affirm its product name overtly. The others are SM-A217M, SM-A217M/DS, SM-A217F/DS and SM-A217N.
These model numbers may indicate that the Galaxy A21s is destined for various different markets, which based on the evidence may include the US, India and South Korea. In addition, it is possible that some or all of them may integrate a new Exynos processor called the 850. The Galaxy A21s is also currently thought to improve on the existing A21 with a 48MP main camera sensor, a bigger battery and a slightly larger screen.