The Samsung Galaxy S21+ has leaked out again, appearing in a hands-on video that front and back of the upcoming Galaxy S flagship. The video from Random Stuff 2 is largely focused on benchmarks, but we do get a good look at the Galaxy S21+'s flat display and the slim bezels around the screen.
There's also a brief look at the back of the phone. Just like the previously leaked renders have shown, the Galaxy S21+ will feature a new wraparound camera bump design, and there are three cameras in the bump along with a flash outside of it.
The benchmark test confirms that this device has the model number SM-G996U, which is the Galaxy S21+, and that the phone is running Android 11. We also see that the S21+ and its Snapdragon 888 chip put up a single core score of 1115 and a multi-core score of 3326 in the Geekbench test.
Overall this Samsung Galaxy S21+ looks about like we'd expected based on the leaked renders that've surfaced in recent months. While the design hasn't changed a ton from the Galaxy S20 series, it is expected that Samsung will make improvements to things you can't immediately see, like including Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 888 processor and making the in-display fingerprint reader larger and faster.
Rumors say that Samsung will officially announce the Galaxy S21 series on January 14.