The Galaxy S10 models look great on paper, but it might be wise to wait and see how they perform in the real world.
Some people have already gone hands-on with the Galaxy S10 and plenty more, us included, will have a chance to test the phones before they hit shelves in March.
Early impressions are useful, but you shouldn't base your decision off a review that comes hours, or even a few days, after handling the new phones.
You can't test battery life in a few hours and you can't get a firm grasp on all of the features, and bugs, in a couple days of use.
Digging into long-term feedback is extremely important, especially when you're spending this kind of money on a new smartphone.
If you aren't completely sold on buying the Galaxy S10 right now, we recommend holding off on a pre-order and waiting for long-term feedback and full reviews to arrive.
We expect to see a bunch of them emerge in and around that March 8th release date and in the weeks immediately following the release.