News of the Samsung Galaxy S21+ has appeared with unprecedented frequency, and it seems that this situation will not stop anytime soon. Just a few days ago, we saw the first live image of the Galaxy S21+, and recently, more details of the product appeared. Currently, videos of the next-generation Samsung flagship products have appeared online.
The YouTube video was released by the YouTube channel Random Stuff 2, and it lasted about 4 minutes, enough to give us a detailed preliminary understanding of the device. It also confirmed that most details about the Galaxy S21 series were leaked.
When comparing the design with the Galaxy S20 series, the device clearly has an improved, ultra-thin bezel. The device has a 6.7-inch 120Hz screen, and trimmed bezels are uniform on all sides to make the viewing experience for immersive viewers better.
Previous leaks indicate that the Galaxy S21 series will adopt a new camera design. The Galaxy S21+ has three cameras on the back.
According to salesman Max Jambor, the model leaked in the video is called a pre-production PVT (Production Verification Test) unit. The final model will have a matte black finish. But the good news is that we have now confirmed the appearance of the Galaxy S21+.
The leaker behind the 4-minute video claimed to have the opportunity to use the flagship phone for more than two weeks. Tipster Max Weinbach also suggested that the leaked smartphone unit may be an operator unit of T-Mobile or Metro, which may have been allocated for network connection testing before release.
We did not see the camera sample because the camera was not tested in the video. However, the leaker hinted that he was not too impressed with the camera because some shots became too saturated, because the blue was too blue and the green was too green.
The video also shows a device running the GeekBench application. Tests show that the device is a Snapdragon 888-powered model. The Galaxy S21+ scored 1,115 points in the single-core test, and 3,326 points in the multi-core test.
Samsung is expected to officially announce the Galaxy S21 series on January 14.