The Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10 5G are Samsung’s flagship models. The Galaxy S10 5G is the highest-end model and it hit Verizon in mid-May before launching on AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile in the United States.
If you’re in the hunt for a new smartphone, these Galaxy S10 models should be at or near the top of your list. Samsung’s flagships are very capable devices.
Samsung is cooking up another flagship for 2019. Galaxy Note 10 rumors are picking up as we push through the summer and the company is planning to launch multiple Note 10 models including one with a bigger display.
If you’re planning to buy a new phone in 2019, you should keep an eye on Galaxy Note 10 news because it looks like it could be a solid alternative to the Galaxy S10 and other popular devices. It also looks like it’ll arrive in a few weeks. It launches on August 7th in New York City.
If the current crop of devices fails to catch your eye or you’re simply not in a rush to buy a new device, you should think about waiting for next year’s Galaxy S11 flagship.
Samsung Galaxy S11 Rumors
The Galaxy S11 might be slimmer than the Galaxy S10, could feature some big upgrades to the camera, and will almost certainly feature a new processor. That said, we’re still a few months away from pinpointing a precise feature set.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 release date won’t land until next year and some of you might not have the ability to wait. That said, the Galaxy S11 should be on your radar if you’ll be looking for a device in 2019, if only to rule out waiting for its arrival in the new year.
In this guide we’ll take you through the best reasons to wait for the Samsung Galaxy S11 and the reasons why you might want to pass and go with another device.
Wait If You Don't Want a Huge Notch
The 2019 iPhones will likely have a notch and Samsung's Galaxy S10 models come with punch-holes on the front of the display. That could change next year.
The vice president of Samsung’s R&D group, Yang Byung-duk, says the company plans to do away with the punch-hole, but that the move will take a few years.
Before this happens, the company plans to reduce the size of the punch-hole on upcoming devices so that it's barely visible.
The company's Galaxy A80 has a 6.7-inch display that's all-screen and it could be a sign of things to come.
A report from MyDrivers, citing South Korean sources, claims Samsung's working to release a "perfect full screen" experience where the front-facing camera is hidden until it's needed.
The feature is reportedly similar to the in-display fingerprint sensor the company debuted on the Galaxy S10 earlier this year.
It's unclear if this technology will be ready for the Galaxy S11. Either way, we should see some changes next year.
If you aren't a huge fan of the Galaxy S10's punch-holes (there's a single hole on the front of the Galaxy S10 and two holes on the front of the Galaxy S10+), think about waiting for potential design changes on the Galaxy S11.
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