Samsung Galaxy S21 plus hands-on video leakage
The mobile Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus hands-on video leaked online appears to give us a glimpse of the new upcoming mobile. It was appeared to release on the next month. This smartphone appears to have ultra-thin bezels-significantly thinner than on the Galaxy S21 Plus. The Galaxy S21 Plus hands-on video also shows that it has a prominent camera bump at the back. Besides, some details of the accessories of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus, Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 ultra, have been consistently leaked on the web. Storage variants and the options of the colour on Galaxy S21 series have also been tipped.
Note : The leakage news has been posted after researching different sites and the YouTube video uploaded by Random Stuff 2.
On YouTube, a channel named “Random Stuff 2” has posted a video showing the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus. The over four-minute video shows the upcoming Samsung flagship with model number SM-G996U. The video reveals that the Galaxy S21 Plus will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC variant as the clip shows the phone running Geek bench 5 benchmark tests that highlight “Lahaina” as the chipset, which is believed to be a codename for the latest snapdragon chip. In the video clip the Galaxy S21 Plus gets a single-core of score of 1,115 and a multi-core score of 3,326. It have a score higher than the Galaxy S21 unit recently. Afterall, Samsung would bring some optimisations and refinements to the final Galaxy S21+ that might after the test result. This new phone is believed to deliver a full day of heavy usage on a single charge.
The design of the new device shown in the video looks quite similar to the recently leaked renders of the phone. It will have a thin bezel and a hole-punch display that Samsung calls Infinity-O Display. This device will have matte black finish on the back and a camera bump is clearly visible. Also, have three camera sensors, all of which have been tipped to come with the regular Galaxy S21 model. On the right, the Galaxy S21 Plus in the video seems to have physical buttons. The host in the video stated there was some colour saturation on the phone.