Samsung announced a handful of new devices, all with OLED displays. We'll start with the company's 2019 flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10. It includes four different variants -
- Galaxy S10 5G: 6.7" 3040x1440 flexible AMOLED
- Galaxy S10+: 6.4" 3040x1440 flexible AMOLED
- Galaxy S10: 6.1" 3040x1440 flexible AMOLED
- Galaxy S10e: 5.8" 2280x1080 AMOLED (rigid?)
The S10 phones use Samsung's latest AMOLEDs, that are now HDR10+ certified, include an under-the-OLED fingerprint sensor (Qualcomm ultra-sonic) and cut-outs for the selfie cameras. Samsung calls these displays "Dynamic AMOLED" (due to the HDR support, probably) and "Infinity-O Display" due to the camera cut-outs.
The Galaxy S10e is the 2019 "lite" flagship that comes with a flat (rigid?) 5.8" 2280x1080 Super AMOLED display that does not support HDR10+ and it does not have an under-the-display fingerprint sensor (it is placed on the side of the device)
In addition to the new phones, Samsung also announced three new wearables. First up is the Galaxy Watch Active, Tizen-OS based smart watch and fitness tracker that targets fashion-forward consumers. The Galaxy Watch Active sports a 1.1" 360x360 AMOLED display, several sensors and a price tag of $199.99 (it will ship by March 8th).