It will be interesting to see a smartphone launching without being thoroughly leaked and spoiled from every nook and cranny, as it has become hard for smartphone manufacturers to do that. The Korean tech giant Samsung is at the top of the list of most repeatedly targeted for significant leaks, and YouTube shared an interactive video of its next flagship current week. The video provides us with an initial look at the refreshed design of the Galaxy S21+.
As seen by SamMobile, the handset’s video brings the model number SM-G996U that has already shown up on Geekbench at least one time in the current year. This is the Galaxy S21+, and even though the user “Random Stuff 2” uses most of the run time displaying the benchmark outcomes, we also witnessed the handset in action.
Moreover, we already aware, thanks to several leaks, that Samsung was intended to renew the design of the S21 series quite perceptibly. This was all, however, approved a couple of days ago when certain marketing materials has founded online, presenting the new back camera enclosure of the Galaxy S21+.
Furthermore, the triple back camera revealed in that video clips seems like the one in the YouTube video given below, chop off from the rest of the back panel by a separate line, however spilling over on to the left side and the top of the smartphone. You can watch it around 55 seconds in:
Additionally, that video also gives further details about the flagships’ design, such as adding a matte black panel, physical buttons on the right side of the handset, and a flat infinity-O display. Although possibly it is not a remarkable redesign that the Galaxy series has ever seen, there are sufficient modifications that will be noticed by the brand’s fans.
There is nothing more than a benchmark application placing the smartphone through its paces in the back half of the video. Geekbench provides the Galaxy S21+ and a multi-core score of 3326, and its Snapdragon 888 CPU a single-core score of 1115. For the comparative purpose, the iPhone 12 Pro scored 1585 and 3924, sequentially. The Galaxy S21+ will surely be a robust smartphone in its individual right. However, I don’t anticipate this to be the year that Android eventually defeats Apple.
According to previous leaks, the Galaxy S21+ is going to have a 6.7-inch display with 120Hz refresh rate, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of internal storage, Snapdragon 888 CPU, 4,800 mAh battery, a triple-camera system with a 12-megapixel primary lens,12-megapixel ultra-wide lens, and 64-megapixel telephoto lens, and 5G support. Moreover, the company is likely to unveil the Galaxy S21 series on January 14th, with sales beginning ahead of the month’s end.