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Galaxy A: Samsung line wins two phones from R $ 1,700

A11 has 6.4-inch screen and three cameras at the rear

A11 has 6.4-inch screen and three cameras at the rear

THE Samsung expands this Monday, 8, its line of intermediate devices in the Brazil, Galaxy A, with the arrival of two new smartphones. Sold from this Monday, the Galaxy A11 and A21S models (with suggested price of R $ 1.7 thousand and R $ 2 thousand, respectively) bring screens over 6 inches and rear lens sets with three and four lenses, keeping an eye on the consumer who intends to change cell phones even in the midst of a new coronavirus pandemic.

The youngest brother in the family, the Galaxy A11 features a 6.4-inch battery and a 4,000 mAh battery (milliAmpre / hour). With three different colors (black, blue and red), the phone has a triple rear camera (13MP, 5MP wide angle and 2MP depth sensor), 8 MP front camera, 3 GB RAM and 64 GB internal space . To be sold for R $ 1.7 thousand and also features a fingerprint sensor and facial recognition.

The A21S arrives in Pas with a 6.5 inch screen, quad lens (48 MP, 8 MP wide angle, 2 MP macro and 2MP depth sensor) and 5,000 mAh battery (milliAmpre / hour). The front camera has 13 MP and RAM 4 GB; while internal storage remains at 64 GB.

A21S won 'letter in the name' for having updated specifications for model that only came out in the USA

A21S won 'letter in the name' for having updated specifications for model that only came out in the USA

The device, which also features sensors for digital printing and facial recognition, will be sold here in Brazil for R $ 2,000. It receives the name S for being a model slightly superior to the Galaxy A21, sold only in selected markets, such as the United States.

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In a conference held with journalists last Thursday, 4, to present the products, the company stated that it continues to see consumer demand for devices, even in the context of an economic crisis.

In the current context, the smartphone has become even more used and important, whether for work or to keep in touch with the world, said Renato Citrini, product marketing manager for Samsung in Brazil. At the press conference, the company also said that it continues with its two factories in Pas Campinas and Manaus in operation, with adaptations to protect employees.