Leaks about the upcoming Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series continue to flow. While we’ve seen many hints in the form of images and videos now, all just showcased the static body of the handset. But now, a YouTuber has shared a video of working Galaxy S21+, where it seemed pretty nice. He applauded the handset for its display and battery but said slight needed in cameras.
Samsung Galaxy S21+ video leaked
Samsung is gearing up to unveil its next grand flagship series – Galaxy S21 soon. While we haven’t got any date yet, it’s rumoured to launch in January next year. Meanwhile, we have several leaks saying that Samsung is planning to ditch the Galaxy Note series for this new iteration, and also put the Galaxy series into primary focus.
We’ve even heard that the high-end variant of Galaxy S21 series may support S Pen too. Well, while we leave time to confirm all these rumours, here’s a YouTuber named Random Stuff 2. came up with a video of a Galaxy S21+ variant! As per the video posted by him, the handset is seen to be having very thin bezels and a centre aligned pinhole front camera.
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He applauded the handset’s display, which is smooth, but the cameras are capturing images with saturated colors. Well, since this is still a pre-production piece, we can expect the handset to get better in imaging when officially launched with final stable firmware.
Also, battery life is said to be good, as we can hold all day long. Further, he ran a GeekBench 5 testing too, where it recorded 1,115 and 3,326 points in single and multi-core benchmark scores. Considering these, we expect the handset to be bearing the just-announced Snapdragon 888 SoC, which is Qualcomm’s flagship 5G chipset.
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