If you're itching to see more of that Samsung Galaxy S21+ that leaked out on video the other day, you're in luck.
Another hands-on video has surfaced that shows the Galaxy S21+ next to an iPhone 12 Pro Max. The clip posted by Random Stuff 2 doesn't share much new info about the Galaxy S21+, but it does give us another look at the unannounced Samsung flagship.
In the video, we get a better look at the backside of the Galaxy S21+, including its redesigned camera bump. There are three cameras in that bump, which rumors say include 12MP main and 12MP ultra wide cams as well as a 64MP telephoto sensor. We also get a quick peek at the bottom of the Galaxy S21+ and its USB-C charging port.
The video also compares the displays of the Galaxy S21+ and the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The screen on the Galaxy S21+ is said to be a 6.7-inch FHD+ panel with 120Hz refresh rate support. In the clip, we can see that it's got slim bezels all around the display as well as a hole-punch selfie camera centered at the top of the screen, just like on the Galaxy S20 series.
We've seen the Samsung Galaxy S21 leaks coming at a faster and more furious pace lately, and with Samsung expected to officially announce the Galaxy S21 series on January 14, we'll likely see even more leaks over the coming weeks.