Samsung hasn’t gotten around to releasing the Galaxy S21+ yet, but it’s already been leaked into oblivion, Continuing that is a new video that shows not only the new phone, but it being compared with an iPhone 12 Pro, too.

The Galaxy S21+ is set to be one of Samsung’s 2021 flagship phones with an announcement expected within weeks.

Based on the video and images we’re seeing, it appears to have a plastic-like back panel, although it could just be really frosted glass. It’s difficult to tell at this point. But one thing that’s impossible to miss is the camera bump – and it’s a big boy, arranged vertically.

There isn’t any commentary with the video, unfortunately, which means the only thing we have to go on is the video itself. We could really do with some explanation here, but we can clearly see the difference between the iPhone 12 Pro’s notch and the Galaxy S21+’s hole punch solution. However, there wont be any Face ID-like security on Samsung’s device.

The Samsung phone retains the curved edges that it’s been using for a few years, deciding against making a device with boxier sides like the iPhone 12 Pro. Maybe that’s something the company will get around to next year. After all, it’s ditching the charger this year – weeks after mocking Apple for doing the same thing.

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