Smart­phones from Sam­sung received high marks for a rea­son. It is one of the most mod­ern and capa­ble devices. And we decid­ed to look at the bright­est of them.

Source: Dig­i­tal Trends

The coolest flagship — Galaxy S10 Plus

All new prod­ucts from Sam­sung are met with thun­der­ous applause and, per­haps, one of the best among them was the Galaxy S10 Plus. Yes, the smart­phone costs a lot, but if you take into account all its func­tions and fea­tures that dis­tin­guish the S10 Plus from its com­peti­tors, then the waste is quite jus­ti­fied. This is a large screen, a lit­tle larg­er than the rest, and a dual front cam­era and, of course, a 4100mAh bat­tery. And the appear­ance, and even the char­ac­ter­is­tics — this is not all that dis­tin­guish­es the Sam­sung Galaxy S10 Plus. Per­haps the main fea­ture is the speed of the smart­phone. It eas­i­ly copes with mul­ti­task­ing, per­fect­ly launch­es games and appli­ca­tions, allows you to watch videos and simul­ta­ne­ous­ly per­form any sec­ondary tasks. The S10 Plus is pow­ered by an Exynos 9820 proces­sor, fea­tures a 6.4‑inch dis­play, a triple rear cam­era and a dual front cam­era, and is avail­able in 128GB, 512GB, and 1TB. The lat­est ver­sion will cost more, but you will def­i­nite­ly no longer expe­ri­ence any prob­lems with the built-in mem­o­ry.

Source: CNET

Samsung Galaxy S9 is still good, now available

At launch, this smart­phone was slight­ly out of price range, but its char­ac­ter­is­tics point­ed to the future, so it did not have time to become obso­lete in a year and will not fall behind the mar­ket stan­dards for sev­er­al more years. But now that the new flag­ship has tak­en its place, the price of the S9 is grad­u­al­ly falling, and now it has begun to attract much more atten­tion from those who were not pre­vi­ous­ly ready to spend a tidy sum on a new, but still smart­phone. Dual cam­era and pow­er­ful, fast proces­sor, all from a trust­ed man­u­fac­tur­er. It’s no sur­prise that Sam­sung is still on top. It runs on Exynos 9810, fea­tures a 5.8‑inch dis­play and a 12-megapix­el cam­era. You can choose from three options — 64GB, 128 and 256. For most users, 64GB will be more than enough, and the fact that this is the cheap­est mod­el of the Galaxy S9 only dec­o­rates this smart­phone. An excel­lent choice for any user, plus, you know exact­ly what you pay for and are con­fi­dent in the dura­bil­i­ty of the select­ed smart­phone.

Source: Expert Reviews

Samsung Galaxy J5 is the cheapest

In 2017, this smart­phone was one of the best, if not in terms of its high per­for­mance, but in terms of fea­tures and bal­ance of price and qual­i­ty. And in 2019, he is still not los­ing ground. Excel­lent speed, high bat­tery capac­i­ty (as much as 2 hours more than the Galaxy S8), excel­lent video and audio. It would seem that a sim­ple smart­phone, but with such char­ac­ter­is­tics. Even the cam­era stands out among oth­er bud­get mod­els. The smart­phone is pow­ered by an Exynos 7870 proces­sor, the screen has a diag­o­nal of 5.2 inch­es, and the cam­era has 13 megapix­els. Only 16GB of mem­o­ry is, of course, a lit­tle by mod­ern stan­dards, but if this is not a fun­da­men­tal point for you, but you are look­ing for a pow­er­ful device that can per­form every­day tasks, then the Sam­sung Galaxy J5 is quite ready to com­pete for your atten­tion. Plus, the afford­able price of this smart­phone plays into its hands, and the well-known brand allows you to have no doubts about the qual­i­ty and endurance of the device.

Source: MyS­mart­Price

Samsung Galaxy A70 — average but above average

Series A at Sam­sung is a kind of mid­dle link in the chain of mod­els. These smart­phones are mod­ern and pow­er­ful, their design feels like a pre­mi­um device in the hands, the per­for­mance is up to par, and the price is pleas­ant­ly dif­fer­ent from the flag­ship mod­els. This is exact­ly what the Galaxy A70 has become. Par­tic­u­lar­ly good news awaits fans of pho­tog­ra­phy, since the smart­phone received as many as three high-qual­i­ty main cam­eras. Plus, the user will be able to view the received pho­tos and much more on the Super AMOLED Infin­i­ty U dis­play with a diag­o­nal of 6.7 inch­es. That is, on the very flag­ship screen. The device is pow­ered by Snap­drag­on 675, and it also received a fin­ger­print scan­ner built into the screen. Plus, it still has a phys­i­cal head­phone jack and works. In gen­er­al, the smart­phone speaks for itself. Well, the fact that it is designed for as much as 128GB of inter­nal mem­o­ry is an addi­tion­al advan­tage that will impress fans of mod­ern mobile tech­nol­o­gy.