The Galaxy Fold is the first foldable phone from the firm, but brace yourself. Samsung has made it clear that the Galaxy Fold is a premium device, and it certainly has the price tag to back up that claim.

It also has its work cut out, as the Huawei Mate X launched just a few days later, offering up a potentially more tantalizing foldable proposition for a similarly sky-high price.

From the all-new Samsung Galaxy S10 family packed with cutting-edge tech, to the budget-friendly Galaxy A6, we rounded up our top Samsung smartphone picks. The 10th installment of the iconic Samsung Galaxy S product line includes three members: the big-screen Galaxy S10+, the Galaxy S10, and the impressively compact Galaxy S10e.

The hot new smartphones were introduced alongside a groundbreaking new device the Samsung Galaxy Fold. As its name suggests, it can easily transform from a smartphone to a tablet. It’s due to launch in late April with a considerable price tag.

The trio of Galaxy S10 smartphones feature bold new design language and class-leading hardware specs. They are available in a multitude of color options, including black, white, blue, and pink. The range-topping Samsung Galaxy S10+ with 1 TB of storage is also available in black or white with a decidedly premium ceramic finish.

All high-end smartphones from Samsung have a waterproof design on top of other essential features such as wireless charging, built-in stereo speakers, and expandable storage, among many others. Every Galaxy S and Galaxy Note device comes bundled with an excellent pair of wired earbuds, tuned by AKG.

Note: Before purchasing an unlocked smartphone, check carefully if it’s fully compatible with your preferred carrier. Samsung’s unlocked Galaxy S and Galaxy Note offerings are compatible with all major carriers in the United States.

The prices of most smartphones on this list are for unlocked, contract-free devices. You can opt to purchase any phone on small monthly installments either from Samsung or through the wireless carrier of your choice.

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Samsung Galaxy S10+ Android Smartphone

The Galaxy S10 is a fitting 10th anniversary phone for Samsung and its storied S series.

The just-released Samsung Galaxy S10+ is the tech giant’s best smartphone. It has an all-new, cutting-edge design, incredibly powerful chipset, a captivating Infinity Super AMOLED display with a fingerprint sensor underneath it, a total of five built-in cameras (three rear-facing and two front-facing ones), and a massive battery with reverse wireless charging capabilities.

The brand-new design of the Samsung Galaxy S10+ is defined by a front that’s almost completely dominated by the massive 6.4-inch display.

For the first time in Samsung Galaxy smartphone history, the selfie cameras are integrated into the display panel, as opposed to sitting on top of it. This makes the Galaxy S10+ and its smaller relatives impossible to remain unnoticed.

The triple-camera setup of the smartphone includes a 12 MP main sensor with adjustable aperture, another 12 MP snapper sitting behind a telephoto lens, and a 16 MP sensor with a wide-angle lens. This gives the phone’s mobile photography tool unmatched versatility.

Samsung has equipped the Galaxy S10+ with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset. Paired with 8 GB of RAM, it’s capable of performing any task without even a hint of hesitation. You can choose between variants with 128 GB, 512 GB, and a whopping 1 TB of expandable storage.

The 4,100 mAh built-in battery supports fast wired and wireless charging. Best of all, the Galaxy S10+ also supports reverse wireless charging, allowing you to charge other compatible devices by simply touching its back.

In case you’re looking for a more compact option, consider the Samsung Galaxy S10 instead. Compared to the Galaxy S10+, it has a 6.1-inch display, one front-facing camera instead of two, and a smaller battery, all at a lower price point.


Samsung Galaxy A6 Android Smartphone

Priced well below $300, the Samsung Galaxy S6 is the best budget-friendly option worth your attention. It’s elegantly designed, has a vibrant 5.6-inch Super AMOLED display, and features a capable Exynos chipset, as well as a built-in 3,000 mAh battery.

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Rather impressively for a device in this price point, the Galaxy A6 also packs stereo speakers, which complement the display of the smartphone really well.

Samsung has equipped the phone with a 16 MP main camera with a bright f/1.7 aperture. The selfie camera has a sensor with the same maximum resolution an impressive feature for a device in this price range. Most affordable smartphones have front-facing cameras with considerably lower resolution.



Samsung Galaxy S10e

If you’re looking for a feature-packed Samsung smartphone that’s compact and easy to handle, this is your best option. With an almost completely borderless, 5.8-inch Infinity Super AMOLED display, the elegant Samsung Galaxy S10e is easy to operate with one hand, unlike its pricier relatives.

The Samsung Galaxy S10e packs the same powerful chipset as the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+. You can choose between variants with 128 GB or 256 GB of expandable storage. Depending on the version, you’ll get 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM.

Because it’s considerably more compact, it has a smaller battery and a duo of camera sensors on the back down from three on the rest of the lineup. It lacks a fingerprint sensor under the display, too. Instead, it has one embedded into the power button on its right side.



Samsung Galaxy Note9

Samsung’s Galaxy Note9 is the most productive smartphone the tech giant has to offer. It has an ultra-sharp 6.4-inch Infinity Super AMOLED display, a massive battery with excellent endurance, an S Pen stylus with Bluetooth connectivity, and a powerful software suite that’s yet to be matched by any competitor. The built-in stylus is what sets the Galaxy Note9 apart from all other Samsung phones on this list.

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The Samsung Galaxy Note9 has an AI-powered camera setup with two optically stabilized sensors (a wide-angle one with dual aperture and a telephoto one). The rest of its key features include wireless charging, expandable memory, a fully waterproof body, built-in stereo speakers tuned by AKG, and a standard audio jack. You can secure the phone with a fingerprint or an iris scanner.

The phone also features a long list of cutting-edge hardware specs, headed by a powerful Snapdragon 845 processor and 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM, with the latter exclusively available with a whopping 512 GB of built-in storage (the variant with 6 GB of RAM comes with 128 GB of storage). If you’re a heavy multitasker, we highly recommend that you opt for the version with 8 GB of RAM.

The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is also a capable mobile gaming rig. It was, after all, the first Android smartphone to allow you to play the massively popular video game Fortnite.


Samsung Galaxy S9+ Smartphone


If you can’t stretch your budget to grab a Samsung Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+, consider the Samsung Galaxy S9+ instead. It has a dual camera, a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, and 6 GB of RAM (50% more than the Samsung Galaxy S9).

The Samsung Galaxy S10 predecessor was also the first Galaxy lineup member with stereo speakers. Design-wise, the Galaxy S9+ looks a whole lot like the Galaxy S8+. Its front is dominated by a slightly curved, 6.2-inch Infinity display.

The dual camera of the device consists of a 12 MP main sensor with variable aperture (f/1.5 or f/2.4) and a secondary 12 MP snapper with a zoom lens. Both sensors have optical image stabilization.

Like all top-shelf phones from Samsung, the Galaxy S9+ has wireless charging, expandable memory, a waterproof body, and a standard audio jack. The phone comes bundled with a nice pair of wired earbuds by AKG.

In case you’re searching for a much progressively reduced choice, consider the Galaxy S9. It costs not exactly the Galaxy S9+, and it accompanies a littler 5.8-inch Infinity show, a solitary 12 MP camera sensor with variable opening, and 4 GB of RAM. The telephone additionally packs a littler 3,000 mAh battery (versus 3,500 mAh in the Galaxy S9+).


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