Samsung has launched its 2019 with great fanfare, while the company has just announced a host of new devices.
The launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 range has also included other phones and mobile devices.
If you missed the livestream, do not worry, because you will find all the information below on everything that has been announced.
We attended the event with everything we could do in the field. Therefore, once you are done, be sure to check out our practical reviews, as opposed to articles and other types of coverage.
Samsung Galaxy S10
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is without doubt the announcement at the top of the list of the most awaited announcements.
Samsung's latest flagship product features a slew of impressive specs, ranging from its 6.1-inch curved QHD + Dynamic AMOLED screen to its triple-lens rearview camera, featuring an ultra-wide 16MP f / 2.2 lens. , a 12MP f / 2.4 telephoto lens and a 12MP lens that can switch between f / 1.5 and f / 2.4 apertures.
The Galaxy S10 also has a refreshed design, with a perforation hole in the screen for the 10MP front camera. The world's first ultrasound fingerprint reader is also integrated into the screen, allowing you to minimize framing.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is also powerful, with a high-end chipset, 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage, while a 3,400mAh battery allows it to work. However, all this power is not cheap, with the Galaxy S10 expected to start at $ 899 / £ 799 (about $ 1,450).
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
Along with the Galaxy S10, Samsung has also announced the largest Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. The 6.4-inch QHD + AMOLED screen is curved, but the screen size is not the only difference.
This phone also has a second camera on the front, with an 8 MPa snapper joining the 10MP snapper. Its battery is much bigger too, reaching 4,100mAh, and you can get it with up to 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage.
The need to add a second front-facing camera has led to a slightly different design, with more pill-shaped cutting in the screen, but the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus has the same look and the same features as the standard model.
This included a rear-facing triple-lens camera and a fingerprint scanner on the screen. The price starts at $ 999 / £ 899 (about A $ 1,640). If you are looking for one of these phones, you will need to save quickly. Unless you are very wealthy, maybe buy only 10 to demonstrate your wealth.
Samsung Galaxy S10e
If you are impressed by the price of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, the Samsung Galaxy S10e phone may interest you more. It is a phone that aims to capture the essence of its brothers and sisters at a lower price.
Its 5.8-inch Full HD + AMOLED display is flatter than curved, but has a similar design, with a perforating selfie camera.
There are two cameras rather than three at the back, namely an ultra wide 16MP f / 2.2 camera and a 12MP variable aperture camera – so it misses the 12 MP telephoto of its siblings.
The Samsung Galaxy S10e also comes with 6GB or 8GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage, a 3100 mAh battery and a fingerprint scanner located on the side rather than on the screen. So, it's not as impressive on paper, but at a starting price of $ 749 / £ 669 (about $ 870 AU), it's not necessary.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
It's the highest-end Samsung Galaxy S10 and, as you've probably guessed, it supports 5G.
That said, among the other highlights of the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, there is a huge screen of 6.7 inches, a battery of 4,500 mAh and four rear cameras, made of the same three as the main range S10.
In addition to this, there is also a 3D depth detection camera, useful for augmented and virtual reality, as well as facial recognition.
There is also a 3D depth detection camera at the front, next to a normal 10MP snapper. This combination means that the camera cutout is larger than the rest of the range.
The Galaxy S10 5G also has 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage and a microSD card slot. So, it does not have as much RAM as the S10 Plus is available, but it's a bigger and seemingly better version of this phone.
It will only be launched later this year when the networks will begin rolling out their 5G signal around the world.
Samsung Galaxy Fold
The Samsung Galaxy Fold is even more ambitious than the Galaxy S10 range, as the company's first folding phone.
Once folded, it has a 4.6-inch screen and can open on a 7.3-inch screen, large enough to allow multitasking for three applications, and application continuity allows you to instantly pick up where you were when you went from one screen to another.
So it fulfills both the role of a phone and a tablet, and it does not lack energy, with a high-end chipset and 12 GB of RAM.
The Galaxy Fold also has six cameras: three in the back, two in the interior and one in the front. There is 512 GB of storage, a battery of 4 380mAh to make it work and possibly a 5G support.
This is the first big name device in a new category of smartphones, but the Galaxy Fold is exciting at a prohibitive price, starting at $ 1,980 / € 2,000 (British and Australian prices and availability to be confirmed).
Samsung Galaxy Active Watch
This is the case, but the handsets are not all that Samsung has unveiled, we have also seen the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active.
It's essentially a sporty alternative to the Samsung Galaxy Watch, with its round face, a heart rate monitor (which can also measure your stress) and its water resistance at depths of 50 meters. It also monitors sleep and is made from a lightweight form of aluminum. So the watch will not weigh you down like other Samsung brands in the past.
It works under Tizen, but with a bit of makeover, because it includes Samsung's new user interface, which has never been used before. It's also more than just a fitness group, because it can also access apps and receive smartphone notifications.
That said, we do not really know how far it is from an upgrade. For more information, see our detailed analysis below (link below).
Samsung Galaxy Fit / Galaxy Fit E
If all you need is a fitness bracelet, the Samsung Galaxy Fit or Galaxy Fit E will probably be faster.
The Galaxy Fit is a basic tracker of incredible lightness (only 24 g) that allows you to track your heart rate and your steps. It is also water resistant to 50 meters.
The Galaxy Fit can automatically follow six different exercises. You can also follow the sleep and stress, a rectangular Super AMOLED screen being your window on all this. Supposedly, its battery will last about a week as well, so you will not charge it all the time.
The Samsung Galaxy Fit E is smaller, lighter (only 15 g) and generally thinner, but with many of the same features, including a heart rate monitor and a 50 meter water resistance. and according to rumors a lot lower price than Samsung finally brings out a portable budget.
Samsung Galaxy Buds
Last but not least, Samsung has also announced the Samsung Galaxy Buds. These wireless headphones are apparently ready to compete with Apple's AirPods.
They come with a case that can charge them (and that can itself be charged with or without wires).
The Buds themselves would last so-called 6 hours of music or 5 hours of calls between charges. You can access Samsung's Bixby AI Assistant through them. They cost $ 149 / £ 139 (about $ 210).