6 ways Samsung Just Leapfrogged Apple | Cult of Mac

Cult of Mac report that In the biggest tech event of 2019 so far, Samsung unveiled a range of new smartphones, wearables, earbuds and more. Samsung is setting the tone for the rest of the industry and even leapfrogged Apple’s products in some ways.

6 ways Samsung just leapfrogged Apple | Cult of Mac

Samsung put Apple and the rest of the tech industry on notice today during its massive Unpacked event. In what was the biggest tech event of 2019 so far, Samsung unveiled a slew of new smartphones, wearables, earbuds and more.

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Here's everything that launched at Samsung Unpacked 2019

Samsung has kicked off its 2019 in a big way, as the company has just announced a wealth of new devices. Headlined by the Samsung Galaxy S10 range, the launch also included other phones and wearables too. If you missed the livestream though, don't worry, because you'll find all the information below about everything announced.

Samsung reveals Galaxy Fold and S10 5G

Samsung has unveiled a foldable smartphone - the Galaxy Fold - alongside its first 5G handset and three further Galaxy S10 mobiles. The Fold will go on sale in just over two months time, earlier than many expected. The Galaxy S10 5G device features the firm's biggest-ever non-folding phone display and promises faster data speeds when networks become available.

Samsung is making the same mistakes as Apple did with its new phones

Mistake #1: The phones are too expensive for most people Samsung's new phones cost too much. The entry-level Galaxy S10e starts at $749, which might attract more budget-conscious buyers, but the Galaxy S10 starts at $899 and the Galaxy S10+ costs $999. Those prices increase as you add more storage or RAM, too.