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We have been using the Samsung Galaxy S21 + smartphone for several days and are now ready to share our first impressions. It should be noted right away that this is not a full-fledged review, since in such a short period of time it is impossible to thoroughly familiarize yourself with the gadget in order to understand all its strengths and weaknesses. You can ask questions of interest in the comments, which we will try to answer in the full-length material.


The first thing that catches your eye after unboxing the Samsung Galaxy S21 + is the redesigned design. The bezels around the screen have become thinner, and the most noticeable change is in the camera block. This structural element looks very interesting due to its smooth transition to the side face.

Samsung Galaxy S21+ photo by @glyamin

We got a version in purple with a pale gold frame for review. The back cover with a matte surface fits nicely in the hand, so you don’t want to put on a case at all.


Samsung has ditched curved-edge screens in the Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus. The display received support for 120Hz adaptive mode at the highest resolution. In other words, it adjusts to the content to save power.

Samsung Galaxy S21+ photo by @glyamin

In terms of picture quality, in my opinion, this is one of the best screens in mobile devices that are present on the market. It renders deep blacks, and bright colors look very juicy and realistic. Best of all, the display reveals itself during playback of HDR content, be it videos or photos taken with its own camera.


The sound is very loud thanks to the speakers that are built into the top and bottom of the case. The smartphone copes very well with playing music outdoors and indoors. In my opinion, it lacks a little low frequencies, but it is impractical to require them from a mobile device, since this is not a Bluetooth speaker. With the reproduction of sound in the video, too, complete order, sometimes some semblance of surround sound is felt well. This is achieved by enabling Dolby Atmos.


Samsung Galaxy S21+ photo by @glyamin

Samsung has improved the camera a lot compared to the previous generation of devices. You can feel it from the first pictures. The matrix and algorithms work well with light in difficult conditions, when there is overexposure from the direct bright sun and shadows from various objects. Earlier in my Instagram I mentionedthat high-quality photos are obtained literally from the hip.


In the Samsung Galaxy S21 +, I finally got my hands on the super wide angle lens. In some moments for street and architectural photography with the help of the right angle, it helps to add drama and surprise with an unusual point of view, but here it all depends on the imagination of the photographer.

Zoom stabilization

Another point that made me very happy – image stabilization at multiple magnification. These new algorithms make it much easier to hold the camera at 10x, 20x, and 30x zoom. Now you don’t need to be a “sniper” and hold your breath when you press the shutter button during such hand-held shooting.

Also in the camera and gallery there are several new modes and capabilities, which I will talk about in more detail in the full review of the device. I remind you that our site compresses the quality of photos when uploading, so you can see the images in their original form here.

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