TechRadari has your exclusive first look inside the new Samsung Galaxy phones from Samsung, revealing all of the specifications, features and specifications for the new phones.
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We got our hands on the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S10, the biggest of which is the Galaxy Note8, which is powered by the new Snapdragon 835.
The Galaxy S6 was our biggest winner, with its larger, bigger screen, more RAM and more processing power.
The Note8 is more affordable than the S6, and has a much more compact size, but its smaller body means it’s not as powerful.
But we know the Samsung Galaxy is not all about power.
It’s also got a lot of hardware and software.
And it’s the same hardware as the Galaxy 9.
We’ll be using the Galaxy 10 and Galaxy 11, which will be the most powerful phones on the market.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy Note 10 Samsung Galaxy phone Samsung Galaxy 10 Samsung Note 10Samsung Galaxy 10 is the most affordable of the two phones, and it’s powered by a Snapdragon 821 processor, which has an octa-core CPU and 4GB of RAM.
Its battery is also very impressive, at around 2,000mAh, and its camera is among the best in the industry.
It comes with 16GB of storage and the fastest Android Oreo.
Samsung has done a lot to keep its phones small, but the Galaxy 11 is one of the most substantial and beautiful.
It features a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED screen, a 1.8GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, and a 4,000 mAh battery.
It packs a whopping 1.5TB of internal storage and a microSD card slot for extra storage.
It also comes with a fingerprint scanner and a fingerprint reader.
Samsung also makes an 8MP camera, a 1080p front-facing camera, and an 18:9 Super AMOTouch LCD screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
The Galaxy Note 11 is powered exclusively by a 1,900mAh battery.
There’s a 2,300mAh battery included, which you can swap out for a bigger one for an even bigger battery.
And of course, it’s got the best camera in the market, which should get you some great selfies and videos.
We also have the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which sports a 5-inch curved screen with a 1280×720 resolution and a 2MP camera.
It has an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 1-megapixels front-camera.
The Tab is the only Android phone to come with Bluetooth 4.1.1 wireless technology.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S10 will come with an 8GB of internal memory, 64GB of microSD, and Bluetooth 4+ wireless technology, as well as a 5MP camera and 1,080mAh battery (the Galaxy Tab 11 is on the same line).
We’ll have to see how much of this comes from the Note 8 and Tab 10, but we’ll definitely be looking forward to using this phone.
If you’re in the mood for some big specs, check out our hands-on preview of the Samsung Note 8.
Read our full Samsung Galaxy review to find out what you can expect from the new Galaxy phones.