Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus and S21

Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus don’t live up to the specs and capabilities of their former one – the Samsung Galaxy S20 previously topped that list – and instead, Samsung’s Ultra phones are now in the spotlight. But its strength lies in its value: the S21 is a powerful phone and cheaper than some of its Samsung Galaxy S21 & S21 Plus

Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus & S21 Specifications

Release date: January 2021
Weight: 169g/200g
Dimensions: 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9 mm / 161.5 x 75.6 x 7.8 mm
OS: Android 11
Screen size: 6.2-inch / 6.7-inch
Resolution: 1080 x 2400
CPU: Snapdragon 888 / Exynos 2100
Storage: 128GB / 256GB
Battery: 4,000mAh / 4,800mAh
Rear camera: 12MP + 64MP + 12MP
Front camera: 10MP

With its great mix of solid features, great design and cheaper than the Galaxy S21 Ultra and its predecessors, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus will be the perfect smartphone for many. If you own the Samsung Galaxy S20 we don’t recommend buying it, but for others it will be the perfect smartphone. If you’re looking for a bigger screen and a better battery, go for the very similar but slightly more expensive Plus model.

Galaxy 21 Plus and 21 Display

Much has been said about Samsung’s move to Full HD for the Galaxy S21’s display, but we didn’t notice much of the resolution reduction in our tests unless we have the phone side by side with a QHD display tested. With a refresh rate of 120 Hz and great clarity, the Galaxy S21’s screen will satisfy more than one. Looking for that bigger screen? You get it with the S21 Plus.

Battery life

The Samsung Galaxy S21 has a full day of battery life on a single charge, and thanks to the 4000mAh cell, you will get plenty of use out of the handset without having to charge the phone. The battery of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus is even better with a 4,800mAh cell inside.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus & S21 Camera

The Galaxy S21’s camera is pretty much the same as the Galaxy S20’s, but Samsung has made a few software changes to make it even more beautiful. Overall, it’s not as phenomenal as the Galaxy S21 Ultra, but for most who just want to take pictures, that’s fine.

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