By now, we’ve all seen the news that Samsung will soon unveil the Samsung Galaxy S5, the first-ever smartphone from the Korean giant.
That news came courtesy of the Wall Street Journal, which published a front-page article on Monday, with the headline “Samsung Launches Galaxy S8, Galaxy 6, Galaxy 5 and Galaxy 4”.
The article was accompanied by a screenshot of the Samsung logo, which was followed by the headline: “Samsung to debut the world’s first OLED smartphone at Mobile World Congress”.
The story claimed the device would be powered by a new “new, high-resolution OLED screen” and “with the latest in technology” would “take on iPhone 7s and iPhone 7 Plus”.
The phone would feature an octa-core Snapdragon 835 chip and be capable of running the latest version of Android.
It was also said to feature an “upgradeable fingerprint sensor”.
The piece also mentioned a fingerprint scanner, but this was not revealed by Samsung or confirmed by any of its partners.
The Galaxy S4 was a major step forward in terms of design and performance for the Galaxy line, and the Samsung flagship was one of the first devices to feature a fingerprint sensor.
We have been looking at the Galaxy S3 for a while now, and we are looking forward to seeing what Samsung has in store for the next generation of its flagship devices.
However, the latest news about the Samsung S6, Galaxy 7, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy K, Galaxy Alpha and Galaxy Alpha Pro has caused some consternation amongst many of us, who have seen a lot of leaks from earlier this year.
So, what are the biggest concerns about the new Galaxy S series?
Let’s take a look at the Samsung devices.
What are the major differences between the Samsung smartphones?
The Galaxy line was first introduced in 2010, and it has since grown to become one of Samsung’s most successful mobile lines.
Samsung has introduced many models over the years, and each of them has been able to capture the interest of the consumers who have been using the phones.
The most obvious difference between the Galaxy smartphones is the design.
Samsung was able to make the most of the Galaxy 4 and Galaxy 6’s design, and has continued to improve it over the last few years.
Samsung’s smartphone range is full of innovations, but the main reason they are so popular is that they offer a great price tag.
While there are some differences, the main differences between Samsung’s phones are: Price : The Galaxy phones range from the relatively affordable Galaxy S phones up to the Galaxy 6 and Galaxy 7.
The cheapest Galaxy S phone in 2017 was the Galaxy 5, which costs only $199, while the cheapest Galaxy phone in 2020 was the Samsung G6 for $349.
These phones are priced below the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8, and above the Apple iPhone 6s and 7 Plus.
This is also reflected in the range of devices from Samsung.
The latest flagship Samsung phones include the Galaxy Note 6, the Galaxy Alpha, and a new device called the Galaxy 7 Pro.
All of these smartphones are expected to cost around $200.
However there are other differences too.
The Samsung Galaxy phones do not have an OLED display.
Instead, the devices feature a monochrome display with a resolution of 536 x 228 pixels.
The resolution of the display is also reduced to 432 ppi (pixels per inch).
This reduces the contrast ratio of the LCD display to a maximum of 12.7:1.
This makes the device’s display less luminous, and is often seen as an aesthetic decision rather than a technical one.
This reduces image sharpness and colour saturation, which in turn makes the display less user-friendly.
The display also requires more power than the iPhone 6, and can be found in the Galaxy phones in more configurations.
The OLED displays in Samsung’s smartphones are also more expensive than the LCD displays found in some of Apple’s iPhones.
The iPhone 6 also has an OLED Display but its display is slightly brighter and more reflective than the Samsung device.
Samsung also offers the Galaxy Ace as a separate smartphone, which does not feature an OLED screen.
The design of the devices is also similar to the iPhone, with its rounded corners and edges.
The front of the phones are slightly curved, which makes them easier to hold in one hand.
The sides of the device are also rounded, and have a slightly rounded edge, to better match the curvature of the iPhone’s back.
However the device is thinner than the design of its rivals, which make it a lot easier to grip.
Samsung says the Galaxy devices are able to do so because they are able use a technology called Quantum Dot (QD).
QD is a new technology which improves the readability of OLED displays, which is often compared to LCD displays.
The QD technology uses a thin layer of a material called a dielectric, which absorbs light and then refracts it back to an image.