Considering a Samsung device for your next smartphone? Known as a heavyweight presence in the smartphone market, the tech giant has a worldwide reputation for producing fantastic smartphones at the forefront of mobile technology.

Not sure which Samsung is right for you? We've made it easy to compare the best devices, suitable for all budgets.

Samsung Galaxy S10

At a glance: 6.1-inch Infinity-O display, Triple 12MP + 12MP + 16MP camera, 10MP 2DP camera, IP68 water resistance rating, up to 8GB RAM, 157g

Samsung's flagship for 2019, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is the ideal handset for Android lovers, offering the very latest in smartphone technology. Everything about this device is cutting-edge, from its innovative triple-lens camera to its eye-catching Infinity-O display.


Measuring 6.1 inches with a widescreen 19:9 aspect ratio, the Galaxy S10's screen is a real talking point. The notch seen on previous models like the Galaxy S9 has been removed from the top of the screen, and instead a small dot-shaped hole sits at the top to one side. Here, you'll find all of the handset's facial recognition technology, alongside a fantastic 10MP front-facing camera.

The 12MP + 12MP + 16MP rear camera, boasts a triple-lens system which produces unbelievably clear shots, even in low light conditions. And if that’s not enough, the huge 3,400 mAh battery supports adaptive fast charge and Samsung's revolutionary PowerShare - just place a compatible wireless device onto your Samsung Galaxy S10 to share charge with friends.

Samsung Galaxy S10+

At a glance: 6.4-inch Infinity-O display, Triple 12MP + 12MP + 16MP rear camera, dual 10MP 2DP + 8MP front-facing camera, IP68 water resistance rating, up to 12GB RAM, 198g.

If you love the sound of the Samsung Galaxy S10, but you're craving a bigger display and an even better camera, then the Samsung Galaxy S10+ is for you. It shares many of the same features as the regular S10, with a handful of outstanding extras.


Wireless PowerShare, the same incredible True Vision triple-lens camera, that iconic Infinity-O display and an IP68 water resistance rating can all be found on the Galaxy S10+, but you'll also be able to take advantage of an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner built into the screen, a huge 4,100 mAh battery that'll provide at least a full day's charge and a dual-lens front-facing 10MP + 8MPcamera. This dual aperture, dual pixel setup is ready to impress. Defined, high quality pictures are guaranteed from every angle.

Behind the scenes, you'll find an octa-core processor and an advanced Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset on board.

Samsung Galaxy S10e

At a glance: 5.8-inch Full HD+ display, dual-lens 16MP + 12MP rear camera, 10MP 2DP front-facing camera, IP68 water resistance rating, 6GB RAM, 150g

The Samsung Galaxy S10e is the most affordable handset from the Galaxy S10 range, but don't be fooled - despite its lower price tag, there's some serious power and plenty of amazing features packed into this flagship device.

Just like the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10+, the Samsung Galaxy S10e boasts a flawless, seamless design. There's no home button or notch to interrupt your viewing experience, and the back of the handset is made from sleek yet durable glass. You'll find an electrostatic fingerprint scanner discreetly embedded into the power button on the side of the device too, for easy yet secure access.


The Samsung Galaxy S10e runs on Samsung's customised operating system, One UI. Also found on the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+, One UI is based on Android Pie, and helps users to make the most of the S10e's best features, while guaranteeing a seamless, efficient performance and offering an easy-to-navigate interface.

An advanced CPU and GPU make multitasking a breeze on the S10e, while the dual-lens 16MP + 12MP rear camera and 10MP + 2DP front-facing camera ensure budding photographers have all they need to experiment with their snaps, day or night.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9

At a glance: 6.4-inch Infinity Display, dual-lens 12MP main camera, 8MP front camera, IP68 water-resistant, 6GB RAM, 201g

Every aspect of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is impressive, with some of the most advanced smartphone technology inside this incredible, large-screen handset. From a huge battery to extra-loud speakers, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 really does have it all.


When it comes to design, there's no denying the Note 9 is one ultra-sleek smartphone. It's minimal and elegant, with a metal frame encased by durable glass on both the front and the back. There's an S Pen cleverly tucked away at the bottom of the device too. This all-glass design makes wireless charging possible, although with a 4,000mAh battery you'll find yourself having to power up less often than you're probably used to.

Underneath the hood there's 6GB RAM, a speedy octa-core processor and room for a MicroSD card that can provide up to 1TB of storage space - a smartphone first. As for the camera, the dual-lens 12MP performs brilliantly in any environment thanks to its dual aperture, while a telephoto lens ensures every shot is in focus. As for the 9 MP front-facing camera, you can even take a selfie hands-free with the Bluetooth-enabled S Pen.

Samsung Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9 Plus

At a glance:
Galaxy S9: 5.8 inch Infinity Display, 12MP main camera, 8MP front camera, IP68 water-resistant, 4GB RAM, 163g
Galaxy S9 Plus: 6.2 inch Infinity Display, 12MP dual-lens main camera, 8MP front camera, IP68 water-resistant, 6GB RAM, 189g

Samsung's newest flagship, the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus were announced at Mobile World Congress in February 2018. The company's most advanced phone to date, both the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus boast a stunning Super AMOLED Infinity Display, a sleek curved glass body and twin stereo speakers.


Alongside 4GB RAM for the Galaxy S9 or 6GB RAM for the Galaxy S9 Plus, you can expect 64GB storage that's upgradable to 400GB with a MicroSD card. Wireless charging, a fingerprint scanner located on the back of each device, facial recognition and iris scanning security technology are also included.

Two of the flagship's key features? AR Emoji - which recreates an augmented reality version of the user to use as emoji stickers and gifs - and an outstanding camera. The 12MP main camera has a dual aperture for crystal clear shots day and night, optical image stabilisation and Super Slow-Mo video recording. The Galaxy S9 Plus also includes Live Focus and bokeh filters, courtesy of the dual-lens set-up.

Discover more in our full run down of the Samsung Galaxy S9 vs Galaxy S9 Plus.

Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018)

At a glance: 5.6-inch Super AMOLED display, 16MP main camera, 16MP front camera, 3GB RAM, 162g.

Looking for a phone that boasts not one, but two 16MP cameras - and all for under £300 SIM-free? Make sure you don't miss out on the Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018).

With so many megapixels, you can expect nothing less than supremely detailed photos. The rear camera even has an F1.9 lens which, if you're not into photography, means that you can expect bright, vibrant images no matter where you choose to take your pictures. The lens lets in more light whenever you're in a dark environment and this, alongside a three-level flash, ensures you'll never miss a moment.


Measuring 149.9 x 70.8 x 7.7mm and home to a fantastic 5.6-inch Super AMOLED display, the Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) is a brilliant choice if you frequently enjoy watching TV or playing games on your phone. With an almost borderless screen and vivid colours, you'll quickly be immersed.

As for those all-important specs, expect a speedy octa-core processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB memory expandable to 256GB with a micro SD card and a 3,000 mAh battery promising up to 20 hours of talk time with one charge.

Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018)

At a glance: 5.6-inch Super AMOLED display, 13MP camera, 8MP front camera, 3GB RAM, 152g

If you love the sound of the Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) but would prefer something at a slightly lower price point, consider the Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018). The two share many similarities, with the edge-to-edge 5.6-inch Super AMOLED display offering a cinematic experience to users. Enjoy incredibly rich colours and tons of detail, it’s a pleasure to use whether you're just browsing the web or catching up on your favourite Netflix show.


The Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018) looks smart too with a slick, curved design. As for dimensions, it measures in at 149.3 x 70.2 x 8mm and weighs just 152g.

The camera's great, with the rear offering 13MP and the front delivering 8MP selfies. Combined with the fast processor on board, 3GB RAM and Android Oreo, the Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018) is a wonderful budget-friendly choice for Samsung lovers.

Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018)

At a glance: 5.6-inch Infinity display, 16MP main camera, 16MP front camera, IP68 water-resistant, 4GB RAM, 172g

With an edge-to-edge Infinity Display measuring 5.6 inches, you can enjoy a cinematic experience on the Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018). As expected from Samsung, this handset's screen is unbelievably detailed, with colours that simply pop.

Onto the important bits. You'll find 32GB of internal storage upgradable to 400GB via Micro SD, 4GB RAM and a long-lasting 3,000 mAh battery. The fingerprint scanner keeps prying eyes at bay, while Samsung Pay compatibility is also on board.

Tp the front of the device is a 16MP and 8MP dual-lens camera, making it simple to recreate the blurred background effect known as Bokeh. Live Focus means you can adjust the blur too, while the rear camera measures in at a stunning 16MP.

Samsung Galaxy S8 & Galaxy S8 Plus

At a glance:
Galaxy S8: 5.8 inch Infinity Display, 12MP main camera, 8MP front camera, IP68 water-resistant, 4GB RAM, 155g
Galaxy S8 Plus: 6.2 inch Infinity Display, 12MP main camera, 8MP front camera, IP68 water-resistant, 4GB RAM, 173g

The predecessor to the Galaxy S9, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus certainly turned heads when released in May 2017. Fantastic devices for any Android lover, they're packed with a bunch of amazing specs, such as iris-scanning technology and an attractive aluminium frame which merges seamlessly with the curved Super AMOLED display.

The stand-out feature has to be the arrival of the Infinity Display, drastically reimagining the front of the phones as all-screen, stretching edge-to-edge for a bold and bezel-less experience. The Galaxy S9 display measures in at 5.8 inches, while the Galaxy S8 Plus is supersized to 6.2 inches.

Photography enthusiasts will love the 12MP camera on both devices. Featuring dual pixel technology, expect pin-sharp results and vivid colours. With an F1.7 lens, your snaps are sure to rival those taken on a professional camera. Thanks to the powerful 3,000 mAH battery on the Galaxy S8 and 3,5000 mAH battery on the Galaxy S8 Plus, you'll have plenty of juice to take as many photos and make as many video calls as you like.

Find out more with Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Galaxy S8 Plus.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

At a glance:
6.3 inch Infinity Display, 12MP main camera, 12MP front camera, IP68 water-resistant, 6GB RAM, 195g, S-Pen stylus.

Fan of big-screen phablets? Look no further than the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Super-sized and full of power, you won't be disappointed if you pick up this device.

The 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display is one of Samsung's biggest ever - ideal if you're into watching Netflix or playing graphics-heavy games on your phone. The edge-to-edge Infinity Display provides a cinematic experience and there's plenty of space to make the most out of the S-Pen too, especially since there's an always-on display that's brilliant for jotting down shopping lists.

Under the hood you'll find 6GB RAM, a speedy Snapdragon processor and Samsung's intelligent Bixby personal assistant. Camera-wise, you'll find two 12MP lenses on the rear, 8MP at the front and cutting-edge 4K video recording capabilities.

Love the look of the Note 8? Uncover more details right here.

Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) & Galaxy J5 (2017)

At a glance:
Galaxy J3 (2017): 5 inch HD display, 13MP main camera, 5MP front camera, 2GB RAM, 142g
Galaxy J5 (2017): 5.2 inch HD display, 13MP main camera, 13MP front camera, 2GB RAM, 160g

In the market for an affordable Samsung smartphone? Try either the Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) or Galaxy J5 (2017) both excellent, reliable devices that still offer some of Samsung's most impressive features.

The Galaxy J3 is perfect for anyone after a fantastic all-rounder. The camera comes in at 13MP on the rear and an impressive 5MP to the front, great for taking selfies - all while a resilient battery works behind the scenes offering 15 hours of talktime. Expect 2GB RAM and a quad-core processor too.

Slightly more premium than the Galaxy J3, the Samsung Galaxy J5 features a larger 5.2-inch HD display with 2.5D glass shielding for extra protection and a uniform metal finish. The J5 has a fingerprint scanner for extra security, and is compatible with most forms of mobile payment technology like Samsung Pay.

As for the camera, it's identical to the Galaxy J3’s 13MP on the rear with an LED flash and 5MP on the front. Ready to take a selfie? You can do so just by making a hand gesture in front of the lens. All that, plus you can benefit from 2GB RAM and 16GB of storage, upgradable via MicroSD slot to 256GB.

Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) & Galaxy A5 (2017)

At a glance:
Galaxy A3 (2017): 4.7 inch HD display, 13MP main camera, 8MP front camera, IP68 water-resistant, 2GB RAM, 138g
Galaxy A3 (2017): 5.2-inch Full HD display, 16MP rear camera, IP68 water-resistant, 3GB RAM, 157g

The perfect Samsung entry device for the budget-conscious, The Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) still packs in such great features as a 13MP camera packed full of features, and an IP68 waterproof rating to safeguard against spills and splashes.

Bumping up the specs in several departments, the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) is a mid-range phone that cuts no corners when it comes to quality. Fitting snugly in the hand, the 5.2-inch display boasts Super AMOLED technology - like Samsung's premium models - and also features an IP68 water-resistant rating.

The Galaxy A5 shines when it comes to the camera: you'll find 16MP on both the front and the rear. Capture great shots in low light, take crystal clear selfies or never miss a moment and shoot a video in full HD. The Samsung A5's battery offers 16 hours talk-time too, and you can boost your battery in double-time with fast charging.

Ready to get your hands on a brand-new Samsung phone? If you're looking for the latest smartphone tech opt for the Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus. Prefer to save a bit of money? Go for the mid-range Galaxy A5 or the reliable Galaxy J3 or J5. Whichever you choose, you're sure to find an amazing contract deal at