It’s the 10-year anniversary of Samsung’s Galaxy phone, a line of devices that made phablets cool, survived baptism by fire, and turned Samsung into a leader in the mobile phone market. Today, at an event in San Francisco, the company showed how it plans to push its smartphones into the next decade—and into another dimension. The vision includes 5G, folding displays, and a brand new line of Galaxy phones filled with flashy features. For Samsung, this isn’t just another product showcase . It’s the company’s pitch for “the next era of mobile innovation,” as DJ Koh, the CEO of Samsung’s mobile division, put it onstage today. Samsung wants you to buy its latest hardware, but it also needs you to buy into its vision for the future, so you’ll keep returning to the ecosystem of Galaxy products for years to come. If you missed the event, you can watch the entire thing here—or read on for the TL;DR of everything Samsung announced today. Next-Generation Galaxy Phones It wouldn’t be a Galaxy birthday party without showing off a few new flagship phones. The brand-new Galaxy S10 pushes the line forward with an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, a trio of rear cameras, and… Read full this story
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