By TrustedReviews
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80

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus is a great Android phone with one of the best screens available right now. The only notable downside is that it doesn’t offer a significant upgrade on last year’s S20 Plus, making it a hard sell for those who have bought a new handset in the past few years.

By Tom’s Guide
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80

The Galaxy S21 Plus sits in a weird spot between the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra, but it features almost everything good about the regular S21 in a bigger package.

By TechRadar
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80

The Galaxy S21 Plus is a superb phone on its own merits, but it offers little that you don’t get with the regular, and cheaper, Galaxy S21, apart from its larger screen. But if screen size is a deal-breaker for you, and you’re happy to pay a bit more for the extra real estate, then you’ll be plenty satisfied with the middle sibling in the S21 family.

By The Indian Express
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80

The Galaxy S21+ has a new design language, a smooth 120Hz display, a powerful 5nm chip, long battery life, and capable cameras. In my opinion, the Galaxy S21+ fixes all the issues the last-gen Galaxy S20 series had, and I am glad Samsung addressed those issues.

By 91Mobiles
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80

If you have your eyes set on the Plus model, then you should know that the device offers a satisfying end-user experience that is not marred by any major flaws. It’s a true-blue flagship that sticks to the core Samsung ethos, and delivers in almost all aspects, scoring high where it matters the most.

By PhoneArena
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85

After spending some time with the Galaxy S21+ in my pocket, I realized there’s nothing inherently wrong with the $999 middle child. It’s got more than decent performance thanks to its new lineup of 5nm chipsets, great battery life, a super-smooth display, and a capable camera, which coupled with the refreshed design make it a winner.

By SamMobile
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I understand that the Galaxy S21+ is tantalizingly close to the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which costs only $199 more. If you can spend that extra bit of cash then the Ultra is a no-brainer. It has an even larger display (which is also curved), has much more powerful cameras, a bigger battery etc. If $999 is what you’re willing to part with, then the Galaxy S21+ is going to feel like money well spent.