Samsung galaxy m21 Review

The Samsung Galaxy m21 Review in India 2021

Topic : Samsung Galaxy m21 Review

The Samsung Galaxy S has been a winner on the market for several years now, and with the recently release of the Samsung Galaxy S II, the next generation of this device is on its way. With the Galaxy S series, Samsung has proven itself to be a serious player in the mobile technology field.

It seems that they are always coming out with new devices and accessories to entice their loyal consumers. In this article, we will take a look at some of the Samsung Galaxy M 21 and see how it measures up to the competition.

Let us first look at some of the main features of the Samsung Galaxy S II that set it apart from its predecessors. One of these is the built in microSD slot that allows for an expansion of the memory capacity of your phone.

You can easily add additional apps that you need such as YouTube or your camera to your phone, but if you don’t have enough memory for those then the built in memory will not help you out.

The Samsung Galaxy M 21 comes with a huge amount of memory, allowing you to download and store a lot of media. This camera performance comparison between the two devices is based on the software of the two phones and not necessarily on the memory.

Samsung’s first attempt at a multimedia phone was the release of the M Series. They were successful in creating a mobile device that combined a few features that would make it ideal for multimedia.

This was a great step forward in the evolution of Samsung galaxy m-series phones. Unfortunately, the success of this model brought about a slight downfall in customer satisfaction. To make up for this, Samsung made a second attempt with the model named the M21.

Samsung Galaxy M21 (Raven Black, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage)

Samsung galaxy m21 Review


  • Triple Camera Setup
  • Super Amoled – Infinity U Cut Display¬†
  • Android 10.0 operating system
  • 64GB internal memory expandable
  • 6000 mAh Battery

The Samsung Galaxy M 21 is available in two different variations. The first has a higher RAM base and a price that reflect this. While it may sound like a good idea, the higher RAM comes at a higher cost. The second variation of the Samsung Galaxy M 21 review notes that the RAM of the Samsung model costs $50 more than the low end version.

The decision to go with a higher RAM version may come back to bite Samsung though, as it is unlikely that they will be able to keep up with the competition when it comes to the smartphone market.

One area in which the Samsung Galaxy M 21 smartphone enjoys a slight advantage over the competition is in its design. The body is slightly thicker than most smartphone bodies. This allows the Samsung Galaxy M 21 to feel more substantial than some competitors.

However, this body mass also makes it heavier than many competitors, especially those in the mid-range of the smartphone market. This may not seem like a major problem, however it can prove to be a problem when you are carrying something such as a smartphone.

With a larger battery comes a larger battery life for the Samsung Galaxy M 21 as well. The phone is rated for use up to eight hours on a single charge.

While this is considerably more than most other modern smartphones, it may come as a surprise to those who have grown accustomed to using smart phone batteries that are in the range of six to seven hours. With a larger battery however, this advantage can turn into a disadvantage when the battery does not last as long.

One feature that most Samsung Galaxy M 21 reviews point out is the built in battery protection. There is a built in lithium ion battery in the Samsung Galaxy S M 21 and this offers the owner protection against the drain of the cell’s power.

The build in battery also prevents damage to the device and even gives it an extended warranty should it ever break down. The Samsung Galaxy S M 21 also offers users a six,000mah battery. This battery offers the same level of protection as the one found in the iPhone but offers a larger battery life for the money spent.

When comparing the Samsung Galaxy S M 21 with its competitors, it may seem that there is little in common except for the price. This is simply not the case however, as the Galaxy m 21 does offer many features that the iPhone does not.

With a larger battery and six,000mah, this mobile device is capable of offering the user’s plenty of extended talk time. A faster processor, a clearer display, a faster memory, and a larger LCD screen also give this mobile phone its edge over the competition.

In my Samsung Galaxy M21 review, I will look at whether the phone has a nice design and how it performs in real life. The Samsung Galaxy M21 is a touch screen phone that comes with features such as Air Gesture, Multi-Window and Ticker. This article takes a look at the Samsung Galaxy M21’s pricing and some of its pros and cons.

Samsung Galaxy S pricing – On paper, the Samsung Galaxy M21 comes in different price ranges. The cheapest is the AT&T version which sells for around $400. The higher end versions like the Samsung galaxy tab come with a price tag of over $600. So it can be seen that the price has come down but is the phone worth the price?

The Samsung Galaxy M21 review concludes that the Samsung Galaxy M 21 is a great phone if you like to take pictures and videos. It comes with a lot of software and features including a 2 mega pixel camera, facial recognition feature, a high-definition video recorder, a fingerprint scanner, a heart rate monitor, and a self-destruct button.

But does the phone have what it takes to stand out from the crowd and deliver an all round good experience? Well, that is all part of this Samsung Galaxy M 21 review. Let us look at some key points that people might find useful when deciding on this device.

Camera Performance – In my Samsung Galaxy M opinion, the camera performance of this device is average at best. The Samsung Galaxy M 31 may have the most advanced camera on the market right now however, it does not have the highest quality.

In my opinion, there are better options available such as the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Mini Pro or Nokia E71 for less than half the price.

Looks And Design – The look and design of the Samsung Galaxy M 21 are good but it could do with a little more improvement. At the time of writing this review, the device had a plastic look, which is very common in many mid-range Samsung models.

This plastic feel can be off putting to some Samsung consumers, especially when they are looking for a phone that looks good but performs well. With the right skin and polish though, this model could be very attractive indeed.

Battery Life – On the subject of battery life, the Samsung Galaxy M 21 reviewed did state that it has a six-hour battery life, which is average. According to some reviews however, users managed to get five hours of screen time and still have enough power for a whole day of work.

To put it in perspective, the review stated that the device lasts up to nine hours on a single charge. If you need an average battery life of four hours then you should probably consider looking at one of the other two Samsung galaxy m-series phones which have a larger battery.

Software And Features – Like most mid-range Samsung phones, the Samsung Galaxy M 21 has an excellent interface and plenty of software features. It comes complete with Samsung’s own email client called Samsung Exchange and has access to a host of other third party apps including S Dictionary, Docbook Pro and Song Now.

One of the best things about the software is that it automatically detects photos and videos you take with your phone and then stores them on the Samsung Galaxy S memory card for you to use. You won’t find this kind of software features in a lot of mid-range phones, which is surprising since it does have everything that you would expect from a mid-range Samsung device.

Camera Performance – On the subject of camera performance, the Samsung Galaxy M 21 performed well and had excellent image quality. The camera looked great and felt comfortable to use.

In fact, the photo processing software that comes pre-installed on the phone can do more than just automatically taking a photo, it can actually remove red eye, sharpen and compress the photos for you so you end up with a clearer, higher quality photo. One thing that really disappointed me was that the camera didn’t automatically focus.

This may not seem like something significant but if you’re going to buy a device that’s meant to be a camera then you might as well make sure that it’s able to focus automatically.