Why the Samsung Galaxy S8+ is the best phone ever
It’s hard to remember a time when Samsung was the best smartphone maker, but they never lost the race.
With the Galaxy S9, the Korean giant continues to make smartphones with design and performance that are worthy of its crown.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was the first phone to use the new “Metal” design, a form of plastic that has been popularized by Apple and LG.
It also offered a 5.5-inch display, a 4.5mm headphone jack, and a fingerprint scanner.
The Galaxy S10 was the last phone to ship with the new design, but it had a 3,000mAh battery and the Note 9 had a bigger screen, making it the best-selling phone in Samsung history.
The Note 10 was a great phone, but the Galaxy 10, introduced in 2016, was a far more impressive device.
Now, Samsung is taking another step back, bringing the Note 10 to a new era.
The company announced today that it will be making a Note 10 with a 5-inch screen, a bigger display, and the same Snapdragon 835 chip as the S9.
The phone will also feature a microSD card slot, a dual camera setup, and an extra 3GB of RAM.
The Note 10 will be available for pre-order starting today for $999, and it will cost $979 after that.
The price will drop to $649 after the phone is released, and Samsung will be selling a 128GB variant.
The S10 will cost a whopping $849 after that, and there will be a 64GB variant, which is going to cost $1,299.
There’s also an 8GB variant for $199, and two 128GB variants will cost as much as $5,699.
If you buy the phone at the price of $699, you’ll get a 128 GB variant, a 256 GB variant and a 512 GB variant for about $1.29/GB, for a total of $1.,149.
Samsung is also selling the Note 11 for $799.
This phone will be the first Samsung phone to include an LTE-capable Snapdragon 845 SoC, and that means it will have the same 4GB of storage as the Note 8, which means it should be faster than the Note X. However, it’s still not clear if the S10 or S10 Plus will have LTE support, and even if it does, it will likely not have an optical image stabilization.
The rumored 16GB version of the S11 will be coming in 2019, but Samsung has yet to confirm this.
We asked Samsung if it planned to add the S100, the flagship phone that launched in 2016 and was a huge hit.
We were told that the company is looking into options to bring the S 100 to market.
We’ll update this article if we hear more about this.