Samsung introduced the Galaxy M21 earlier today and it will be up for sale on Monday at Amazon India. A support page of the device, codenamed SM-M215F/DSN, appeared on Samsung Germany’s website, essentially confirming the smartphone will hit the European country as well.
That would represent a change of policy by Samsung as originally the Galaxy M series was mostly reserved for India and some other Asian markets with Europe only getting the Galaxy A mid-rangers. A limited number of Galaxy M phones did make it to Western markets eventually but this might be the first one to be released so soon after its announcement.
The Galaxy M21 is a cheaper alternative of the Samsung Galaxy M31 and has one less camera that its sibling. Other specs like screen size and battery capacity remain the same – respectively 6.4” Full HD+ and 6,000 mAh with 18W fast charging.
If Samsung keeps the pricing policy of asking for 20% for its phones in Europe, compared with India, as was the case with the Galaxy M20, the M21 might start from €189 in Germany.