Trying to figure out which android is best suited to your needs is like venturing into a never-ending pit of despair. While there are a multitude of brands you can opt for, Samsung over the years has produced some of the best smartphones replete with top-notch features. However, with so many feature-laden models, choosing the one that best suits your needs can be difficult. To help you narrow down your choices, here is a list of the latest smartphones from Samsung. Now, all you need to do is figure out your budget and your needs before choosing your next Samsung phone.
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus
Released in March 2020, this Samsung flagship phone comes with a 6.2-inch AMOLED screen that has a QHD+ resolution, making for a clear and colorful display. It also features a major camera upgrade with a 12MP+64MP+12MP rear camera setup and a 10MP front camera. The phone also features a 4000 mAh battery that comes with a 25W Superfast charger and has 128GB of internal storage.
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 was released in August 2019 and has made a name for being one of the better Notes in the Galaxy Note series. While it features a fancy camera setup and massive internal storage of 256GB, the phone loses out due to its 3500 mAh battery life. However, it makes up with the Superfast charger and comes with the S pen stylus. The S pen is a great addition to the handset as it allows you to take notes and draw, especially if you are a digital artist.
- Samsung Galaxy Fold
Is this a phone? Is this a tablet? The answer to both these questions is yes. It is a two-in-one foldable phone with a 7.3-inch screen size that can be folded to a 4.6-inch screen. With an inbuilt memory of 512 GB, a 12GB RAM, and a powerful Snapdragon 855 processor, this phone takes gaming on mobile handsets to the next level. The screen may be one of the most amazing innovations by Samsung ever; however, this also makes it expensive.
- Samsung Galaxy A80
The Samsung Galaxy A80 was released in May 2019 and is replete with some high-end features all for an affordable price. One of its salient features is the flagship pop-up spinning 48MP, 8MP, ToF 3D camera. The phone has no front camera, in fact, the rear screen turns around and allows the user to take a selfie. It has a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with an HD display resolution of 1080 x 2400. The only downside so far is the less than impressive battery life; however, the phone’s fast charging port evens this out. This is one of the best Samsung phones in the lower price range.