Which Samsung Galaxy phone is right for you We compare all of them

  Samsung always has a scatter approach to its phone releases, offering different specs with different specs and different prices. The same is true today, phones at the forefront of the Galaxy S21 Ultra Pack offer better specs at a more reasonable price, and models such as the Z Fold 2 that use innovative folding screens to withdraw money from your wallet.

On the one hand, it means that everyone can have something, regardless of your choice or budget. However, it is difficult to list what the company has to offer to see exactly what needs to be considered.

We have completed the hard work and rotated all of Samsung's current flagship smartphones so that you can work exactly as you see fit. Not sure if you want Samsung too? Check out our guide to the best Android phones, or learn about all the best phones you can buy in 2021.

With its supercharged processor, 5G connectivity, S Pen stylus support and amazing camera capability, the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G is currently Samsung's flagship device. This is whether you really appreciate taking amazing photos on your phone, or just want to know if your gen has the best, most advanced technology.

Read our review of the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G.

Last year's Galaxy S20 series was good, but the entire range came with a higher price, meaning they didn't deliver much. The S20 FE (meaning "fan version") is Samsung's attempt to address this with a better processor and solid camera - but at a much cheaper price with the same high-tech phone. We want to make enough decisions to award you the coveted CNET Editors' Choice award, and consider whether your budget has not reached the latest flagships.

Read our review of the Samsung Galaxy S20 fan version.

Unlike the Ultra, the S21 Plus S does not support the pen stylus, has a slightly smaller display and lacks the incredible zoom capabilities of the best models. However, it uses the same processor, injected battery and still has 5G connections. It is cheaper than the lower priced Ultra, but you still get a premium primary feel that supports the Gorilla Glass Victus, including the S21 Ultra.

At a very low price, the original Galaxy S21 is the perfect combination of performance and price, which CNET critic Patrick Holland called a "brainless phone upgrade". It does not have the zoom capabilities of the Ultra camera, but it can take great photos, although it has both a powerful processor and a large, vibrant display. It also has the ability to take advantage of the 5G high speed.

The Note series usually goes to the place where Samsung packs absolutely the best technology, which certainly applies to the Note 20 Ultra. Its display is famous, it has immense power, 5G connectivity and an amazing camera which really impressed me on a photo trip. The S-Pen stylus makes note-taking great, meaning that it is a very definite choice for most of you professionals who want a phone for both work and sports.

Read our review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

Samsung's original folding phone was a new idea, but it is better suited for the next generation - the Galaxy Z Fold 2. It is more importantly a tablet that folds into the phone, but has an advanced hinge, better full circle specifications, 5G connectivity, and a larger external display that makes it usable as a phone. Fold phones do not suit everyone's wishes and they will certainly come at a premium, but if you follow a bit of this technology of the future, the Z Fold 2 is a great buy.

Read our review on Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2.

If the Galaxy Fold is half as big as a phone, then the Z Flip is a phone that is reduced to half to become a smaller phone. It has a larger 6.7-inch display when open, but when it is folded in half, it turns into a smaller square that can easily slip on a pair of jeans or a jacket. We like its great design and good design with 5G connectivity, making it a cheaper copy option than the powerhouse Galaxy Fold 2.

Read our review on Samsung Galaxy Z Flip.

Samsung's new A52 5G replaces the A51 launched last year, and sits at the top of the cheapest phone in the Samsung A series. The A52 5G features a larger 6.5-inch display, 6GB of RAM, a multi-rear camera system (including a 64-megapixel main lens, wide-angle and macro camera) and 5G connectivity. We have not yet fully tested the new A Series, but on paper the A52 5G offers a certain range of specifications at a cheaper price than the superior S21 model.

The A42 5G sits slightly below the A52 and offers slightly less RAM, loses camera macro and is a lower resolution camera. It still has 5G connectivity, a slightly larger battery, and a slightly larger display, making it the best affordable option for you who watch a lot of video on the go.

If 5G speed is your priority, but you don't want to spend too much money then Samsung's Galaxy A32 5G is a place to see. Its low price makes it one of the 5G-capable phones today, but it also gets a larger 6.5-inch display and several rear camera settings. We will review this phone in its entirety so that we cannot rely on it for its overall performance, but it is hard to argue with that size.

The Galaxy A12 is the cheapest phone sold by Samsung, and it's a thing to consider for those of you who want a phone for all the essentials of life, and on an excessive camera or supercomputer-level power processing Do not waste money. It does not have 5G, but it has four rear cameras, a 6.5-inch display and a 5,000-mAh battery, which I hope I can easily power throughout the day, given the overall low demand for glass. I am

Typically you can choose last year's models for larger storage than the current generation, but not so in the S20 and S21 series. Last year's Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra are still available through stores such as Best Buy, and the phones are even better. However, Samsung has made a special push with this year's S21 series and all S21 series phones are cheaper than their counterparts compared to last year.

If you want to know, this is not really a big difference, some of the building materials in the S20 series can be called more premium, but generally recommend buying the latest model, especially in this case it is really worth your money. Saves.

Read our review of Samsung Galaxy S20 5G.

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