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Apple iPhone 12 Vs. Samsung Galaxy S21: Head-To-Head

We compare Apple’s popular iPhone 12 vs its closest rival in Samsung’s new Galaxy S series, the Galaxy S21.

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Design

With the iPhone 12, Apple rolled out a design overhaul that makes the phone a lot boxier than past iPhones. The iPhone 12 has a squared-off, flat-edge appearance, in contrast to the curved edges of prior generations in the series. The iPhone 12 design also removes the border that previously separated the display from the stainless steel body of the phone--making the body and glass flush. However, this design approach is similar the one Samsung has been using of late for some of its Galaxy S series phones—including the Galaxy S21, which features a similarly flat display (without the curved edges of some past Galaxy models).

Meanwhile, though, the Galaxy S21 has gotten a big design change that sets it apart from previous Galaxy S series devices. On the back of the phone, Samsung has redesigned the camera housing in what the company is calling its “Contour Cut Camera” housing design. The change—which is a very noticeable difference from the back of the iPhone 12--aims to blend the S21’s camera housing more seamlessly into the phone’s metal frame.

 
 
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