Welcome to a world where less is more. The Galaxy S21 is the entry-level model of Samsung’s new trio of flagships, and it offers a compelling mix of features for the price. It starts at a more-reasonable $800, has a tiny-hand-friendly 6.2-inch screen and doesn’t bother with the ridiculous 100x Space Zoom. (Though, you can still get that on the $1,200 S21 Ultra.) You won’t get S Pen support, sure, but the S21 still uses a high-end processor and a speedy 120Hz screen for smooth animations. The Galaxy S21 is a distillation of what most users want and ditches the superfluous stuff. But in the land of sub-$800 Android phones, the S21 faces stiff competition.