The best smartphones for the Samsung enthusiast, starting with the hot new Galaxy Note10 lineup.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note is here! For the first time ever, the 10th installment of the iconic Samsung Galaxy Note product line includes two distinct members – the Galaxy Note10 with a 6.3-inch display and the Galaxy Note10+ with a ginormous 6.8-inch panel.
The S Pen-toting Android newcomers will join the Galaxy S10+, the Galaxy S10, and the compact Galaxy S10e at the top of the tech giant’s vast smartphone range. Both devices will have a variant that’s capable of connecting to a 5G network.
The all-new Galaxy Note10 smartphones feature groundbreaking edge-to-edge design (think no bezels!) and class-leading hardware specs. They are available in Aura Black, Aura White, and Aura Glow, with the last one being simply impossible to remain unnoticed. All high-end smartphones from Samsung have a waterproof design on top of other essential features — such as fast wired and wireless charging, built-in stereo speakers, among many others.
Every Galaxy S and Galaxy Note device comes bundled with an excellent pair of wired earbuds, tuned by AKG. From the all-new Samsung Galaxy Note10 duo packed with cutting-edge tech, all the way to the budget-friendly Galaxy A6, we rounded up today’s best Samsung smartphones worth your attention!
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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