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About Samsung Galaxy S21 Giveaway Review
The Galaxy S21 looks a lot like the Galaxy S20, with its more than 6inch display complete with a neat punch hole selfie camera in the top middle of the screen.
The flat edges on the Samsung Galaxy S21 lead to the metal edges flowing to the new camera design, where the rear camera module seems to blend into the S21’s left handed edge, as well as the back.
The metal gives way to what’s arguably the Samsung Galaxy S21’s biggest change: a plastic back. It’s basically fancy plastic, whereas the S20 makes use of glass.
Opting for a plastic back is likely the biggest reason Samsung can offer the Galaxy S21 at its cheaper price. And while the lack of a glass back might seem odd for a flagship phone, I was pleasantly surprised to find that it didn’t feel cheap. Not only do I think it feels a little nicer than the polycarbonate on the S20 FE’s rear, it also has a more tactile finish than the glass-backed Galaxy S series, making it feel less likely to escape your grip or suck up fingerprints. Personally, I’m happy to pocket the savings if this helps keep costs down.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 comes with the latest Snapdragon 888 chip, which promises 35% more GPU speed, 20% better CPU performance as well as boosted AI performance. Even though there’s no 12 GB of RAM option, the S21 does plenty with its 8GB.
Like Galaxy S20, the Galaxy S21 comes with a 4000 mAh battery. That’s pretty good for a phone of its size, though it’s a pity Samsung didn’t up the capacity a little. Still the adaptive refresh rate and improved chip efficiency should deliver better battery life.
Set at the 60hz refresh rate, the Galaxy S21 managed 9 hours and 53 minutes in battery test, which involves continuous web surfing at 150 nits of screen brightness over 5G.