By now you’ve heard of Android, and if you’ve got an iPhone, you probably have an Apple phone with it.
Both are good phones, and both have great features.
But, if you’re one of the few people who can afford to upgrade to an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, or if you need a phone for work, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7 are for you.
Both feature a new 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display and have plenty of new features like the new Smart Reply feature that will automatically notify you of incoming calls and texts, as well as the Samsung Pay app.
If you’ve been following the Galaxy S series, you’re probably familiar with Samsung’s Note line, and the S6 line, too.
They both have the same design and specs, but are different in some ways.
The Samsung S6’s screen has a curved back, whereas the S7 has a flat, curved front.
Both have an LED flash and a fingerprint scanner on the back, as you’d expect from Samsung.
They also both have a fingerprint sensor on the front, though they’re slightly different.
But the differences are mostly in design and build.
The new Galaxy S 6 and S7 look and feel similar to previous Galaxy models, though the design has changed a bit.
It’s got a more rounded shape, and it’s been designed with more of a “flat” feel, meaning it’s more flat than the Galaxy Note 7.
Both the S5 and S6 have curved screens, too, but the S3 and S4 have curved back panels.
Both also have an IR blaster that will turn on when the phone is near a power outlet, though it’s not quite as powerful as it is on the Galaxy Nexus.
The Galaxy S5’s IR blaster is just one of many things Samsung has changed in the S series.
It has a larger display, a bigger speaker and an additional battery.
Both phones also have NFC (Near Field Communication) and LTE connectivity.
But Samsung has also made the S8 and S9 faster and better, with the S9 sporting a Snapdragon 835 chip and the Galaxy X9 sporting an Exynos 8890.
Both devices feature a fingerprint reader and Samsung Pay.
Both phone come with a 5-inch Quad HD Super AM (Quad HD) display, which is more than 2,000 pixels wide and 1,200 pixels high.
Samsung has added some other new features to the Galaxy line.
For one, it’s got the world’s thinnest, lightest, and most comfortable keyboard, which makes it even more comfortable than the previous Samsung keyboard.
It also has the company’s newest fingerprint scanner.
Samsung also introduced the Galaxy Tab Pro 7, a new keyboard for the Galaxy 8.
It was announced at Mobile World Congress, and we’ve been getting a lot of feedback about how it feels to type on.
The Tab Pro 8, however, has a lot more to offer than that.
It features a new layout for the keyboard, plus a redesigned layout for Android.
There’s a new tab bar, plus it has a more curved design that is more comfortable for typing on.
Samsung says that the keyboard is faster and smoother than the Tab Pro, though we’ll be testing the TabPro 8 for some time before we can definitively judge its speed.
The S7 also has a new fingerprint sensor that is faster than the TouchWiz fingerprint reader on the Note 7 and the iPhone 6s Plus.
The camera on the S 7 is a new 12MP sensor with a f/1.7 aperture and a dual LED flash.
That means you’ll get a more accurate shot of the screen, and you’ll be able to see the color and depth of your image at all times.
The screen on the Samsung S7 is slightly smaller than the Note7 and iPhone 6, though that’s a good thing for some shooters.
The display also has more battery life than the S 6, with Samsung claiming that it can last about three days on a single charge.
The rear camera on both the S and S8 features a 12MP shooter, which can record 1080p video.
The front camera on Samsung phones also has that 12MP camera, though Samsung has been updating the cameras on the phone to keep up with the latest technology.
The cameras on both devices also have a dedicated selfie button on the bottom, which will allow you to take a quick photo or video with the phone.
Samsung’s Galaxy S line is a good bet for those who want a big screen, great camera, and a decent battery life.
The smartphone lineup on Samsung’s new phones features a 5.6-inch QHD Super AMLCD display with a resolution of 2560×1440.
The phone has a 5MP camera on either side of the display.
The back has a fingerprint scanning sensor and Samsung’s Smart Reply technology, so you’ll have a notification that lets you