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Samsung Galaxy S21+ handled in real skin in leaked video posted on YouTube


Samsung Galaxy S21+ has been in the news in an unprecedented frequency and it doesn’t look like that will stop anytime soon. Just a couple of days back, we saw the first live image of the Galaxy S21+, and recently, more details of the product emerged. Right now, a video of the next-generation Samsung flagship has appeared online.Samsung Galaxy S21+

The YouTube video was posted by the YouTube channel Random Stuff 2 and is about 4-minutes long, enough to give us a detailed first look at the device. It also confirms most of the details that have leaked concerning the Galaxy S21 series.

When the design is compared to the Galaxy S20 line up, the device noticeably has an improved, razor-thin bezel. The device features a 6.7-inch 120Hz screen which an immersive viewer experience will look better on, thanks to the trimmed bezels which are uniform on all sides.

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Previous leaks show that the Galaxy S21 series will adopt a new camera design. The Galaxy S21+ features three cameras on the rear.

The model that leaked in the video is said to be a pre-production PVT (Production Validation Test) unit, according to tipster Max Jambor. There will be a matte black finish on the final model. But the good thing is we have now confirmed what the Galaxy S21+ will look like.


The leaker behind the 4-minute video claims to have had the opportunity of using the flagship phone for over two weeks. Tipster Max Weinbach also suggests that the smartphone unit is likely a carrier unit, either from T-Mobile or Metro which may have been given out for network connectivity testing before the launch.

We didn’t get to see the camera samples as the cameras were not tested in the video. The leaker hinted, though, that he wasn’t too impressed by the camera because certain shots got too saturated in that the blues are too blue and the greens are too green.


The video also shows the device running GeekBench app and the test suggests the device is the Snapdragon 888-powered model. The Galaxy S21+ polled a single-core test score of 1,115 points and on the multi-core test, it scores an impressive 3,326 points.

Samsung is expected to officially announce the Galaxy S21 series on January 14.

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