Samsung Galaxy S21+ Compared to the iPhone 12 Pro in Leaked Video: Rumoured to Come With a Plastic Back

The prototype video of the alleged Galaxy S21+ is the material used at the rear panel of the phone.

Galaxy-S21

Samsung has confirmed its mid-January event for the year 2021 so we can expect that the company is planning for the launch of the Galaxy S21 series. The upcoming flagship smartphone series will consist of three phones and we have witnessed numerous leaks and rumours about those three models. The video of the upcoming flagship Galaxy S21+ has surfaced on the web and now side by side comparison with Apple’s latest iPhone 12 Pro has started popping up. Here’s a closer look at the comparison between the Galaxy S21+ and iPhone 12 Pro. 

The previous video of the Galaxy S21+ revealed the design of the alleged Galaxy S21+ so there is nothing to talk about the design of the phone. The video also showcased the newly designed camera module and nearly bezel-less screen. The video was taken down from the source but tipster Sakitech has uploaded the video again. 

Samsung Galaxy S21+ Vs Apple iPhone 12 Pro 

According to the working prototype video of the alleged Galaxy S21+ is the material used at the rear panel of the phone. The Galaxy S21+ working video shows a plastic back unlike the premium glass back on the Apple iPhone 12 Pro. The plastic back on a flagship smartphone might disappoint Samsung fans who are going to cost them equivalent to the Apple premium segment. However, it’s too early to jump on any conclusion as the company is yet to confirm anything about the smartphone. 

The Galaxy S21+ seems to come with an extremely slim and improved display compared to the predecessor. Notably, the company is yet to reveal anything about the smartphone, so we recommend you to take this piece of information with the pinch of salt and wait for the official launch. Do let us know your view on the plastic back panel of the Galaxy S21+ in the comment section and what you are expecting from the smartphone. 

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