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Frequently Asked Question
Samsung’s folding phones have brought the flip phone back from the dead, but they aren’t for everyone. Innovation comes with a higher price tag, so these models are geared less towards bargain hunters and more for trailblazers who want to show off the latest tech. It’s also a potential middle ground for those torn between buying a phone or a tablet.
The Galaxy A series is a cheaper alternative to the more expensive flagships, and there are plenty of choices to match your budget. The best budget Samsung phone will depend on your personal preferences, so think about which features are most important to you before comparing each model to track down the most suitable option within your price range.
The vast majority of Galaxy S phones from the S7 onwards have an IP68 rating. This means that it should survive falling into the toilet or being splashed with water. This doesn’t mean you should take it to the beach or in a pool, though, given the fact that water damage doesn’t usually come under warranty. Notable exceptions to IP68 include the Z Fold series and some Galaxy A phones, so be sure to check each model’s specifications.
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Discover new possibilities within any budget
As one of the world’s leading smartphone makers for the past decade, Samsung has released some of the best-selling models since the creation of touch-screen devices. Part of the secret to the brand’s success is in the variety offered: they offer a huge range of phones that meet the needs of customers at every price point, from low-budget workhorses through to sleek flagships armed with an array of groundbreaking features. Whether you want to flaunt the best Samsung phone on the market or just find an affordable handset that you can rely on, you’ll have no trouble finding an option that’s right for you here.
Confused? Overwhelmed? Samsung’s phone models explained
In truth, the sheer number of current and upcoming Samsung phone models should befuddle you when it comes to picking a phone. But, it’s a good thing. Such variety means there’s guaranteed to be a model that suits your needs and budget, so let’s cut through the noise with a summary of Samsung phones and prices in Singapore.
Galaxy S Series
The Galaxy S series is the feather in Samsung’s cap and the natural evolution from the company’s earliest smartphones. These models tend to boast some of the best features of any Samsung device – from innovative cameras to the most powerful processors. Originally focused on mid-range devices, this series has since shifted to flagship designs for the everyday user. This means you can expect any current and upcoming Samsung phones to carry a higher price tag.
Galaxy A Series
The Galaxy A series is made up of Samsung’s mid-range and low budget models, emerging to meet the needs of more frugal customers when the S models began to increasingly focus on premium features. While the A series generally don’t flaunt Samsung’s most cutting edge features, it offers more than enough for the average user. Plus, the attractive price tags have made these models some of the world’s best selling. What’s with the number, you ask? To put it simply, the higher the number after the ‘A’, the more premium the phone.
The Galaxy Note range is all about the S Pen, making it a popular choice for artists, designers and power users, along with those who simply favour using a stylus. The series historically featured the biggest displays of any Samsung phones, but has become increasingly similar to the S range in terms of core features and pricing – placing them as the most technically superior phones from the brand. Note devices often have slightly different camera arrangement and varying hardware to power a big display.
Last but not least, the Tab series covers Samsung’s range of tablets, which can be used on the go with a data-packed SIM from the Combo Plan. Within the Tab range, you’ll find premium tablets under the S series and mid-range models under the A series – all of which run on the Android operating system.
Galaxy Z Series: Samsung flip phones and foldable displays
Galaxy Z is the newest series, representing the latest innovation in the form of Samsung’s foldable phones. Beginning with the Z Fold and then the Z Flip, this range of folding phones is an ambitious attempt to reinvent handheld devices and pave the way for a more versatile future. From foldable phones that open outwards into pseudo tablets to Samsung’s new flip phones that close inwards for a pocket-sized alternative, this is where you’ll find the most groundbreaking and experimental designs yet.
What about FE, 5G, + and Ultra?
While throwing a few letters and numbers on the end of a phone name may seem like it’s just to sound fancy, it’s handy to know what they mean when you’re comparing models and picking your next phone. Other words, letters and symbols tacked onto a device name usually refer to unique versions or upgrades:
● FE: Fan Edition, a lower-cost alternative with a focus on features most craved by Samsung fans.
● 5G: Phones are compatible with 5G networks.
● +: Any model with a + symbol generally just means it has a bigger display, but may also come with a handful of bonus features.
● Ultra: The biggest display and the very best features. The cream of the crop, ideal for trailblazers and power users.
Are Samsung’s upcoming phones 5G compatible?
Given most of their latest phones have been released with 5G compatibility, Samsung 5G phones are set to dominate the brand’s new releases. The ongoing rollout of the 5G network in Singapore is transforming how we use data on the go, from silky smooth HD video calls and streaming to lightning-fast game downloads and updates. Paired with the serious grunt of Samsung smartphones, you’ll be enjoying blissfully lag-free scrolling, streaming and sharing every day of the week.