In a Galaxy, not so far away, Samsung offers a cell phone for just about everyone. With a market share of 19.2% in the first quarter of 2019, Samsung retained its top spot as the biggest selling smartphone brand in the world.
With its brand new Samsung Note 10 range now available, we thought we would review the best Galaxy phones in 2019 to see which one is best for you to buy
Below, we have chosen 3 that we think is worth looking at for any budget:
1. The Best Note: Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus
If you are looking to go all out, and you have the budget, then go for Samsung's brand new Note 10 Plus, which offers users more screen and less interruption. The Hyperfast 5G chip and powerful 7mm processor takes on any amount of data at incredible speeds. We are excited about two new features, namely the S Pen's new gesture controls and Link to Windows. The former allows you to access and interact with the Note 10's photos, texts, notifications and more from a Windows 10 PC, while the latter lets you zoom in or out with the camera, change the volume, or flip through photos and more with a simple wave or click. The camera's dedicated night mode takes clearer, brighter shots that pop, compared to using the automatic mode.
2. The Best S-series: Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
The Exynos version is let down by its merely acceptable battery life, but the Galaxy S10 Plus is simply one of the best Galaxy phones ever made. The phone that doesn’t just stand out, it stands apart with laser cutting, on-screen security, and a Dynamic AMOLED that's easy on the eyes. The intelligent camera helps you shoot stunning photos by suggesting image compositions and automatically optimizing your camera settings to the scene.
3.The Best A-series: Samsung Galaxy A70
If you want a Samsung smartphone without breaking the bank, then the Samsung Galaxy A70 is a great choice. The maximized 6.7-inch screen, and FHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-U display, makes your viewing experience an absolute pleasure. The Triple camera consists of an Ultra-Wide Camera with a 123-degree field of vision as well as a 32MP (F1.7) camera. The third is a 5MP Depth Camera for adjusting depth of field. This mid-range device even supports Samsung Pay.
From the top tier S-series and similar Note series to the A-series, Samsung has a strong range of Galaxy phones for all tastes and budgets.