The 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 is a powerful and compact smartphone with a beautiful display.
With four days of battery life, an attractive design, great fitness features — and did we mention the battery life? — the Samsung Galaxy Watch was a step forward for smartwatches.
The Galaxy S10 Plus is one of the best Android phones yet, especially now that it's been discounted.
The Galaxy Note 9 doesn't wow with innovations, but its bigger battery, beefier storage, water cooling and AI camera should satisfy power users.
The Samsung Galaxy A50 is budget phone with a big and colorful screen, solid performance and a sleek design.
The Galaxy S8's solid performance, good cameras and long battery life make it a compelling sub-$500 Android phone.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the best big-screen phone yet, thanks to its versatile dual cameras, S Pen improvements and beautiful 6.3-inch screen.
You get a solid camera, decent display and nostalgic design with the Galaxy J7 Prime, but similarly priced budget phones offer more pizazz.
Despite its handier S Pen, awesome camera and long battery life, a recall and multiple reports of replacement phones catching fire prevent us from recommending this phone.
The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge offer a breakthrough dual-pixel camera that's brighter and faster than the iPhone's, plus an always-on display in a water-resistant design.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 delivers powerful new pen features, a brilliant display and long battery life in a sleek glass-and-metal design.
The Galaxy S6 Edge Plus doesn't do a lot more than add a bigger display to the sexiest and fastest phone ever, and that's fine by us.
The Gear VR Innovator Edition for the Galaxy S6 delivers jaw-droppingly immersive games and entertainment for a reasonable price.
The Galaxy S6 combines an eye-popping display, sexy new design and the top smartphone camera, making it the best Android phone.
While pricey, the Galaxy S6 Edge sports a sexier design than the iPhone 6, awesome front and back cameras and a gorgeous display.
Combining a beautiful display, unique features and long battery life in a water-resistant body, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is a jack-of-all-trades smartphone.
The Galaxy Note 4 delivers a luscious quad HD screen, advanced multitasking, better pen input and a sharper camera, all in a slick metal frame.