The Samsung Galaxy A21s we've been hearing about for a few months has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance, FCC as well as Bluetooth SIG. Now the smartphone has bagged certification from Thailand's NBTC, meaning it should go official soon.
The Galaxy A21s has half a dozen model numbers, but the one that's been certified by NBTC sports model code SM-A21F/DS.
The Thai certifying authority's website doesn't reveal any specifications of the A21s, but the smartphone passed through Geekbench last month revealing key specs in the process: Exynos 850 SoC, 3GB RAM, and Android 10.
The Galaxy A21s will arrive in Black, Blue, White, and Red colors and have two storage options – 32GB and 64GB.
It's rumored to sport a 6.55" HD+ display and pack a total of four cameras – a 13MP selfie camera on the front and a 48MP main camera at the back joined by an 8MP ultrawide and 2MP macro units.
Fueling the entire package will be a 5,000 mAh battery, which is said to draw power through a microUSB port. That's weird since the Galaxy A20 and A20s both feature USB-C ports.