Samsung’s powerful phablet comes in two sizes, the Note 10 at 6.3″ and the Note 10+ at 6.8″. Both models come with a new S pen with remote gesture controls, wide, ultra-wide, telephoto, and selfie cameras, the ability to add depth effects to video, improved stabilization, up to 1TB storage, and more. Plus, Verizon has a 5G model.
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Samsung’s Sero is a 43″ QLED HDTV that comes with a stand. The TV is mounted on the stand such that you can rotate it to a vertical position. Pair this with its NFC support and it becomes a great way to mirror your smartphone’s content. It’s headed to Korea first for about $1600.
Samsung’s LED signage division shows off insanely large LED displays designed not just for viewing TV, but to turn walls into moving works of art. Displays measure from 109″ to 219″ diagonal. There’s no pricing info on their site, but we’re certain such things are only for the uber-rich.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S5e is built for all-day use and media consumption. It weighs just 0.9lb and is only 0.2″ thick. Its 10.5″ Super AMOLED display has a 2560×1600 resolution and is surrounded by thin bezels. It doesn’t have stylus support though. Drops 2019 for $399.
Samsung’s latest flagship phones continue to push bezels away, utilizing a cutout for the front cameras to maximize space. The S10 and the S10+ also have fingerprint sensor under the display. They also have three rear cameras, including one with a super wide angle lens.
The latest version of Samsung’s Galaxy Book now has Gigabit LTE for always-on connectivity. It also has a built-in kickstand, a 12″ AMOLED display, two USB-C ports, a microSD port, a 3.5mm jack and still comes with a keyboard and the S Pen stylus. Drops 11/2/18 for $1000.
If you often work with lots of windows on your computer, check out Samsung’s ultra widescreen monitor. It boasts a 21:9 3440×1440 display and supports AMD FreeSync. It has a DisplayPort and two HDMI ports, and can show two inputs side-by-side or picture-in-picture.
Samsung’s latest phablet has a much needed 4,000mAh battery, either 128GB or a crazy 512GB capacity, microSD slot and USB-C port. Like the S9 and S9+, it’s water- and dust-resistant and has a variable aperture camera. Its stylus can also be used as a remote control.
The S9 and S9+ have a camera that can switch between f/1.5 for low light or f/2.4 for daylight, and can capture 960fps slow-mo video. The S9+ also gets the Note 8’s second wide angle camera. They still have the borderless display, headphone jack and microSD slot.
Both the Galaxy Note 8 and its stylus are water-resistant, and the latter now has text translation and editable off-screen memos. The phone has two 12MP rear cameras that can shoot at the same time for adjustable background blur. Then there’s that immersive 6.3″ AMOLED display.
The heavy duty Samsung Galaxy S8 Active has a shatter-resistant display and a metal frame that protects the phone from shock, vibration and scratches, in addition to being dust- and water-resistant. It also has a larger battery (4,000mAh) compared to the standard S8.
Samsung keeps curved screens alive with its bonkers 49″ 32:9 3840×1080 QLED monitor. Aimed primarily at gamers, the CHG90 has a 144Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync compatibility. But with the ability to show up to six separate screens, it’s a workhorse as well.
Designed with Yves Behar’s Fuseproject, The Frame is an upcoming 4K TV that really looks like a picture frame. When not in use, it enters “Art Mode”, cycling through 100 4K resolution artworks. It also adjusts to ambient light and has a variety of magnetic snap-on bezels.
Samsung’s new flagship curved PC monitor. Available in 27″ or 31.5″, the nearly bezel-less CH711 has a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution, 21:9 aspect ratio, up to 125% sRGB coverage and a 178º viewing angle. It also has various gaming settings and a picture-in-picture mode.
Made by the NBA, Oculus and Missing Pieces for the Samsung Gear VR, Follow My Lead: The Story of the 2016 NBA Finals is a 25-minute virtual reality documentary that gives you an immersive look at the Cleveland Cavaliers’ road to their first title. More on Polygon.