One day after we got a pretty good look at the Samsung Galaxy S21+ thanks to some leaked images, we're now getting to see the upcoming flagship in action.
A new "unofficial review" video for the Galaxy S21+ has made its way online. The five-minute video from Random Stuff 2 shows the S21+'s 6.7-inch display, complete with slim bezels, including its home screen and while it's playing a game.
We also get to see some of the camera bump of the Galaxy S21+ as well as several sample photos. In the video, there are some images from Galaxy S21+ compared with the iPhone 12 Pro Max, and Samsung's phone produces some brighter colors and a wider field of view. The Galaxy S21+ is said to pack 12MP main and ultra wide cameras as well as a 64MP telephoto cam.
Finally, the video lists off some specs of the Galaxy S21+ that line up with what we've heard before. Those include a Snapdragon 888 processor, 8GB of RAM, 128 or 256GB of storage, and a 4800mAh battery. The Galaxy S21+ runs Android 11 out of the box.
The Galaxy S21+ is still technically unreleased, so it's worth keeping in mind that the phone in this video is still running early software. That said, the Galaxy S21+ does seem to perform well in this brief hands-on video, and we're looking forward to trying the device for ourselves next month.