Wait for Long-Term Galaxy S10 Reviews
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.