Earlier this month, we exclusively revealed that Samsung is working on the Galaxy M11 and M31 and had speculated that a Galaxy M21 may exist as well. Well, our sources tell us that the Galaxy M21 is indeed in development. The Galaxy M20 is perhaps the best-selling device in the entire Galaxy M lineup, so it’s not surprising that a successor is on its way.
The Galaxy M21 has model number SM-M215F, and we can confirm that it will come with 64GB and 128GB storage options. The Galaxy M20 is only available with 32GB or 64GB of internal memory, so storage is an area where the M21 will bring an upgrade. Alas, that’s all we know as far as the phone’s specs are concerned. However, we can expect Android 10 out of the box, Samsung’s Exynos 9610 or 9611 chipset under the hood, and at least a triple rear camera setup.
We have also been able to find out the color options that will accompany the 2020 Galaxy M series phones. Blue and black will be common across all three devices, but each will have a different third color: violet for the Galaxy M11, green for the Galaxy M21, and red for the Galaxy M31. It’s possible the color options will expand later down the line or change as we get closer to the launch of these phones, but we don’t expect that to be the case.
When will the Galaxy M11, Galaxy M21, and Galaxy M31 launch? That’s something only time will tell. The M10 and M20 were launched in late January this year, and it wouldn’t be a stretch to think their sequels will make an official appearance around the same time next month. Whether the M31 will be announced alongside the Galaxy M11 and M21 or afterwards remains to be seen.