Samsung’s 2019 flagships, the Galaxy S10 and Note 10+, received a lot of great feedback from consumers and tech reviewers.

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S10 in particular, received an A+ grade from DisplayMate, the highest ever, with a rating of Very Good to Excellent across all categories. It also received high praise thanks to its 6.4″ Quad HD+ AMOLED Infinity-O Display.

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Another device that really changed the game, was the Note 10+, getting recognition from DisplayMate with the ‘Best Smartphone Display Award’, the device also received positive feedback across many reviews. It was regarded as one of the best for 2019, not only for its screen, but also for the versatility of the S-Pen.

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Galaxy Note 10+ received the highest score of the year ina test by DxOMark. It involved comparing the low light camera performance of four leading smartphones, the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G ranked first in the ultra-wide category for Best Smartphone Cameras of 2019.

In tests by independent Consumer Association publication Which?, Galaxy S10 5G ranked 1st, followed by the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G and Galaxy S10+ which stand alone as the only smartphones to achieve a score of 90% or higher. Both the S10 and Note 10, as well as all their variants, are also given the “Best Buy” badge.

Here in the Philippines, a number of top tech media also recognized the Galaxy Note 10+ as the best smartphone for Filipino consumers.

Samsung has always been a pioneer of category-defining design for its devices, and 2019 was a proof of its capabilities. As the first manufacturer to introduce an in-foldable screen to the market, the company broke new ground for displays in more ways than one, and it continues to be the best choice for those who are looking for devices of the highest quality.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.