The best Samsung phones will make you ditch the iPhone

 We've rounded up the best smartphone picks from Samsung, starting with the all-new, high-tech Samsung Galaxy S10 family, to the budget-friendly Galaxy A6. The tenth generation of the popular Samsung Galaxy S lineup includes three members: the Galaxy S10 +, the Galaxy S10, and the impressive Galaxy S10e.

The new smartphones were introduced alongside a groundbreaking new device - the Samsung Galaxy Fold. As the name suggests, it can easily convert from a smartphone to a tablet. It is slated to be launched in late April, at a heavy price.

All three smartphones in the Galaxy S10 family feature bold new designs and pioneering hardware specifications. It is available in several color options, including black, white, blue, and pink. The Samsung Galaxy S10 + range of phones is available in 1 TB storage space and comes in black or white with elegant ceramic accents.

All of Samsung's high-end smartphones feature a waterproof design on top of the other essential features - like wireless charging, built-in stereo speakers, expandable storage, among many others. Every Galaxy S and Galaxy Note device comes with an excellent pair of wired earphones supplied by AKG.

Samsung Galaxy S10 + Android Smartphone

The best ever

The just released Samsung Galaxy S10 + is the best tech smartphone. It has an all-new design, an incredibly powerful processor, an impressive Infinity Super AMOLED screen with an under-display fingerprint sensor, a set of five built-in cameras (three back and two front cameras), it has a huge battery with reverse wireless charging capabilities.

The all-new design of the Samsung Galaxy S10 + features an interface with a massive 6.4-inch display.

For the first time in the history of Samsung Galaxy smartphones, the cameras are integrated into the screen, instead of being located above the screen. This makes the Galaxy S10 + and its smaller relatives very noticeable. The three cameras of the smartphone include a main sensor of 12 megapixels with an adjustable aperture, another of 12 megapixels located behind the telephoto lens, and a sensor of 16 megapixels with a wide-angle lens. This gives the mobile imaging tool unparalleled versatility.

Samsung has equipped the Galaxy S10 + with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset. With 8 GB RAM, it is capable of performing any task without any hesitation. You can choose from several options of 128GB, 512GB and 1 TB expandable storage.

The built-in 4100mAh battery supports fast wireless and wired charging. Best of all, the Galaxy S10 + also supports reverse wireless charging, allowing you to charge other compatible devices just by touching its back. If you are looking for a more compact option, consider the Samsung Galaxy S10 instead. Compared to the Galaxy S10 +, it has a 6.1-inch screen, one front camera instead of two, a smaller battery, and it comes at a lower price.

Samsung Galaxy A6 Android Smartphone

Best for the budget

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is the best budget friendly option that deserves your attention as it comes at a price well under $ 300. It is elegantly designed, has a 5.6 inch super AMOLED screen, houses a high-capacity Exynos chip, as well as a built-in 3000 mAh battery. There is another impressive thing about this device, although it is in this price category, but the Galaxy A6 comes with stereo speakers, which complement the capabilities of this smartphone well.

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

 Samsung Galaxy Note9 Phone

Best phone to have a built-in S Pen

Samsung's Galaxy Note9 is the most productive smartphone the tech giant has to offer. It packs a 6.4-inch FHD Infinity Super AMOLED display, a massive battery with excellent endurance, a Bluetooth-enabled S Pen, and a powerful software suite that no competitor can match. The built-in stylus pen is what sets the Galaxy Note9 apart from all the other Samsung phones on this list.

Samsung's Galaxy Note9 has an AI camera setup with two optically stabilized sensors (one behind the wide-angle lens and one behind the telephoto lens). The rest of its key features include wireless charging, expandable memory, a fully waterproof body, built-in stereo speakers that come from 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 advanced hardware specifications, headed by the powerful Snapdragon 845 processor and 6 GB or 8 GB RAM, with the latter exclusively available with a storage capacity of 512 GB (the type available with 6 GB of RAM comes with 128 GB of storage). If you are doing multiple tasks simultaneously on your device, we strongly advise you to choose the version that has 8 GB of RAM.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is also a capable portable gaming device. It is the first Android smartphone that allows you to play the widely popular video game Fortnite.

Samsung Galaxy S9 + Smartphone

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

This device was the first Galaxy member to produce stereo speakers. Design-wise, the Galaxy S9 + looks and feels like the Galaxy S8 +. The display is dominated by a slightly curved 6.2-inch Infinity Display.

The dual camera of the device consists of a 12-megapixel main sensor with a variable aperture (f / 1.5 or f / 2.4) and a secondary 12-megapixel sensor with a zoom lens. Both sensors have optical image stabilization. Like all high-end phones from Samsung, the Galaxy S9 + comes with wireless charging, expandable memory, a waterproof body, and a standard audio jack. The phone comes with a nice pair of AKG wired earphones.

If you are looking for a more compact option, consider the Galaxy S9 instead. It costs less than the Galaxy S9 +, and it comes with a smaller 5.8-inch Infinity Display, a single 12-megapixel camera sensor with a changeable aperture, and 4 GB of RAM. The phone also packs a smaller 3,000mAh battery (versus 3,500mAh on the Galaxy S9 +).

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