In what may well be the most Samsung move in Samsung history, Samsung just introduced four new Samsung S10 models. For the 10th anniversary of the flagship line, Samsung is going all in on this thing. And with more information expected on Samsung’s upcoming foldable, well, that’s a lot of Samsungs, Samsung.
Before we dive in to what’s bound to be a lot of words about a lot of phones, here’s the basic breakdown of the line:
S10: The flagship. 6.1 inch. Starts at $900.
S10+: A little bigger, a little better. 6.4 inch. Starts at $1,000.
S10e: The [E]ntry level or [E]conomy or [E]gads that’s a lot of new phones. The Galaxy’s take on the iPhone XR. 5.8 inch. Starts at $750.
S10 5G: All the bells, all the whistles and whistles with bells on them. 6.7 inch. Starts at $?!?!?!?!?
And hey, look, Greg made a handy chart of all of the specs:
As for what’s new beyond the sheer number of devices, the top-line features are as follows: edge-to-edge display with pinhole cutout,