The Samsung Galaxy A21s takes over from a Galaxy A20e, a smartphone that had struggled to convince completely. The A21s is fortunately better made.
Samsung Galaxy A21s
Introductory price €229
- Ergonomics and design
The Samsung Galaxy A21s presents itself as a smartphone made for endurance, and it wins this bet thanks to a very good autonomy which allows, with classic use, to spend two days away from a power outlet. Unfortunately, it ignores the rest, with fairly average overall performance, a poorly calibrated screen, or even a photo part that is too basic. At this price, we prefer smartphones like the Oppo A9 2020 and Xiaomi Redmi Note 9S.
- Sober and elegant design.
- Big autonomy.
- No sealing.
- Poorly calibrated screen.
- Disappointing photo part.
- Very limited internal storage.
Like its twin brother, the Oppo A53 turns out to be a good entry-level smartphone. It is an honest and balanced proposal for those looking for a mobile with long battery life, a good screen and good performance. At this price, it is also good to note that it offers a refresh rate of 90 Hz, which is always good to take for better display fluidity. You can eventually turn to a Redmi Note 9 to gain a bit in photo quality, to the detriment of autonomy. It’s a matter of priorities…