The new Samsung Galaxy M40 has been launched in India, and it’s arguably the most competitive Samsung smartphone in the midrange yet — even next to Xiaomi and Realme handsets.
We’re just two months away from the Galaxy Note 9 successor’s expected August 10 launch, so it’s time to finally take a long, hard look at the leaks that have surfaced recently.
Or so it seems. As shared in one of the Samsung groups on Facebook — a post spotted by our friends from GizGuide — the first Galaxy phone with a pop-up rotating camera will finally be making its way to the Philippines.
Guess what we at Revü just spotted online? The Samsung Galaxy M20‘s new local suggested retail price — or what seemed like it — which is at its lowest, ever.
In the battle of camera phones, there’s bound to be a Huawei P30 and a Samsung Galaxy S10 in the conversation. And why not? After all, they belong to smartphone lineups that are as stacked up as they come, especially in the photography department.
The Blackpink-endorsed Samsung Galaxy A70, which launched alongside the Galaxy A80 in the Philippines in April, will go on sale on May 14 in the country.
Huawei recently announced the P30 Lite in the Philippines, and it’s the latest attempt by the global manufacturer to take the local midrange market by storm. But is it good enough to take on Samsung’s latest and most impressive offering in the segment, the Galaxy A50?
While we’re waiting for the latest global list of highest-scorers on Antutu, let’s shift our focus to the Android smartphones that did well in the benchmarks in China. After all, it’s the only information for April that Antutu released today.
Sometimes, a phone can surprise you. The Samsung Galaxy A50 bucks the trend of Samsung devices with enticing specs and features but undesirable price points.
The overall global smartphone market may have declined for the sixth consecutive quarter from January to March in 2019, but that did not stop three companies from bucking the downward trend.