The Galaxy S21 + hands-on video shows the skill of the camera

Another hands-on video was distributed online about a pre-released Samsung Galaxy S21 +, leaving very little to the imagination and giving us a correct look at the device in action.

Thanks to previous leaks, we have a pretty good idea of ​​what to expect before the proposed launch on January 14 – which has not yet been officially confirmed. Previous Galaxy S21 + video leaks showed much of the design, but this time a “Random Stuff 2” account shared what a deeper practice means.

Much of this practical 5-minute video gives us an indication of the quality of the room offered, while there is a short portion that shows the gaming capabilities of the Galaxy S21 +. Obviously, given that this is a pre-launch device that may not be fully representative of what we will see in early 2021. However, given how late we are in the eventual cycles of potential production, we would imagine that what is seen here is not too far on a final product, but it is still a pre-launch device.

Throughout its practical video, Galaxy S21 +, YouTuber confirms that the device comes with a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED flat panel, while the rear camera module uses a 64-megapixel main sensor. This hands-on really shows some photos of the camera compared to the iPhone 12 Pro Max – which looks better in our opinion due to the richer colors and a wider FOV:

There are a few short games featured on that 6.7-inch FHD + screen that looks like a breeze for this powerful smartphone. So, while this short practical video of the Galaxy S21 + gives an indication of what to expect, we would take it with a grain of salt, given that this is still a technical pre-launch model and is not representative for the final version.

In terms of specifications, we expect at least 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB of internal storage, Android 11 delivered, a 4,800 mAh battery and Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 or Exynos 2100, depending on your region.

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