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This is the unboxing of the brand new Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G.

Since this one is the box for the phantom violet variant, it's got the big purple 'S' on the front. You'll notice the box is quite slim compared to last year S-series--that's because this one is missing a key feature we'll get into later!

Inside the box you'll first get the S21+ 5G in all its violet glory. Let's boot it up and keep it aside for now, and see what else we get in the box.

This second box has on it the SIM ejector tool, and inside it, you'll find a USB Type-C to Type-C cable. Along with that there's some paperwork for the Quick Start Guide and Warranty Card, and...well, nothing else.

The box is a similar story--there's nothing else in there, not even a charging adapter, and that's why it's so compact this time.

The smooth matte texture on the back looks really good, and it's contrasted very nicely with the gold camera housing and sides.

This is it! The Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G, with a large 6.7-inch FHD+ display, that runs at a maximum 120Hz refresh rate!

The screen is flat, unlike the one on the S21 Ultra, and its protected by Gorilla Glass Victus.

There's also Android 11 at hand, with Samsung's One UI 3.1 on board, making the whole experience buttery smooth.

On the back, there's a triple camera setup, with a 12MP ultrawide sensor, 12MP wide angle camera, and a 64MP telephoto lens that offers up to 30x Space Zoom!

On the front, there's a 10MP selfie camera that so far seems to take some decent selfies, but we'll save the results for our full in-depth review!

Down here at the bottom of the phone you'll notice the SIM card slot, Type-C port and the loudspeaker.

Priced at ₹81,999 for this 128GB storage variant, the S21+ 5G comes powered by the latest Exynos 2100 chipset and a 4,800mAh battery, so it should be interesting to see everything that this new flagship is capable of! Do watch out for our upcoming in-depth full review of the Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G, right here on editorji!

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