Samsung Galaxy S10
The Samsung Galaxy S10 has all the features that might bring it to the top of the Android flagship market as it is fitted with the latest performers and future-proof camera and design.
Samsung Galaxy A70
Samsung A70 comes for the multimedia crowd with its excellent 20:9 aspect ratio and incredible battery, though it does not provide a well-rounded performance due to its poor cameras.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
The Samsung S10 Plus can be the king of Android sets with its top-engineered processor, stunning display, and capable battery, every part geared to provide a premium experience.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Samsung Galaxy A9 2018
A new approach to the ‘mid-range’ segment by Samsung, the Galaxy A9 offers a whopping 4 rear-mounted cameras, perhaps the first time that a device has offered such functionalities. With stellar specs and a competitive price range, this phone is expected to give most flagships a run for their money.
Samsung Galaxy M40
Samsung Galaxy M40 is an accomplished phone with a balance of performance, battery, camera and design, though, it fails to reach the all-rounder mark due to its poor selfie camera.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Although expensive, the Galaxy Note 8 is a terrific phone. With a bootloader of stylus tricks, this is the most feature-rich Android phone you can have.
Samsung Galaxy A50
The Galaxy A50 is Samsung’s attempt to bounce back in the Indian market for good. The Galaxy A50 sports a big body with slim bezels and a dot-notch, what Samsung calls the ‘Infinity U display.’ It is the first mid-range phone from Samsung to feature an in-display Fingerprint Sensor. Eager to find out more about the Galaxy A50? Keep reading!
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
A camera that functions like the human eye and a screen and audio experience that gives you the auditorium feel, Samsung S9+ is set to be one of the most immersive smartphones in the market.