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Samsung Galaxy M21 coming to the Netherlands and Belgium soon

The Galaxy M21 will soon be coming to the Netherlands and Belgium, as support pages for the handset have popped up on local Samsung websites.

There’s still no word on when exactly will the entry-level handset actually hit the store shelves in either country, and the same goes for its pricing. The 64GB/4GB model starts at the equivalent of €160 in India, so it will presumably not be priced at over €200 in Europe after applicable VAT rates are factored in.

Another value-oriented smartphone from Samsung

What can currently be inferred from Galaxy M21 support pages that just went live on Samsung’s Dutch and Belgian pages is that Samsung is planning to bring the Midnight Blue and Raven Black variants of the device to both markets. The same source also reveals the model number of the 6.4-inch phablet coming to Europe – SM-M215F/DSN.

The Galaxy M21 went official in mid-March, sporting a 6,000mAh battery and 48-megapixel wide-angle camera as its main selling points. Originally announced in India, the Android 10 smartphone is also on its way to Germany, according to a similar listing.

As of today, the Galaxy M21 can also be purchased in Vietnam. It’s presently unclear whether Samsung is planning to bring the 128GB/6GB version of the Galaxy M21 to Europe, as well. Both utilize the tech giant’s own Exynos 9611 system-on-chip, a 20-megapixel front camera, USB Type-C port with 15W fast charging support, and a microSD card slot.

The Galaxy M21 is another primarily value-oriented product from Samsung in a year that so far hasn’t been kind to the company’s more expensive offerings. Given the appearance of its support pages, it’s likely the handset’s release in the Benelux region is mere weeks away.

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