The first review of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus has been published in video

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The first review of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus has been published in video

We are already very used to the fact that data and images are filtered before the official presentation of a smartphone takes place. This has happened in presentations in Spain and in other countries, as we have seen with the Xiaomi Mi 11 recently.

What is not so normal is that a video analysis of a terminal that does not exist, at least officially, is published. But with the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus has passed.

First review of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus

The source of this analysis is a YouTube channel that published the first images of this terminal a few days ago. Now comes a video in which he tells us what the device is like. Of course, making it clear that it is not the same that will hit stores while the software version is not final.

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The youtuber mentions that the screen frames are very small since the fingerprint sensor works, but it is not surprising.

The camera confirms its specifications, with a normal 12 Mpx sensor, a wide angle of the same resolution and a 64 Mpx telephoto with 3x optical zoom. At 1:45 we can see some of the images taken, in addition to the comparison with an iPhone 12.

It also speaks, and very well, of the battery, which has lasted all day, comparing it with some Huawei Mate. The 4800 mAh comply.

In another previous video we saw this terminal being faced with the iPhone 12 in a benchmark test. Yes, in figures the Samsung wins, although it will be necessary to compare them more thoroughly to know if that is relevant.

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The tested model is the one with the Snapdragon 888 and 8 GB of RAM. There will be variants with 128 GB and with 256 GB. Prices have recently been leaked, and it will be slightly lower than we expected.

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