Updated February 23, 2019 13:56:13The Samsung Galaxy S10.1 is a phone that is almost completely missing from the Australian market, with its official launch expected in the coming months.
The handset’s arrival comes on the heels of the release of the Samsung Note 10 and a number of other flagships, with Samsung claiming that the new flagship phone will have a “great feature set” and “great design”.
While there is a big gap in the Australian smartphone market between the likes of the iPhone and Samsung, Samsung is currently planning to launch the Note 10, as well as a number other new devices in 2018.
We can only guess that the Galaxy Note is coming to Australia, but the Galaxy S 10.2 is also expected to be unveiled at the end of this year.
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We’re still waiting for a confirmation that the Samsung Gear S3 will be coming to the Australian Market, but Samsung is rumoured to be planning a range of products based on its upcoming wearable technology.
The Samsung Gear smartwatch was announced last year, and while we still don’t know whether it will be a limited-edition product, we can definitely expect to see more Samsung products in the near future.
What to expect from the Samsung S10 series?
The Galaxy S series has been the most successful of Samsung’s flagship lineups, and it looks like the company is aiming to keep that momentum going with the Samsung 10.
This is a brand that’s been successful in the global smartphone market for a number to time, and Samsung is expected to continue to do so with the Galaxy 10.
We’ve been expecting a new Samsung smartphone for a while now, and we’ve also seen the Samsung 8.9 in Australia, the Samsung 9 and the Samsung 11 in the last few months.
With the launch of the Galaxy Tab 10.6 and the launch at CES, we’re not expecting to see a big change in the Samsung lineup.
There are still several devices in the Galaxy lineup that have been released recently, so it’s hard to say what we can expect from them in the future.
However, we have to expect a range to Samsung phones from the Galaxy Series 10, which will likely include the Galaxy X, Galaxy S 11, Galaxy Pro, Galaxy Tab 5 and the Galaxy Ultra 10.
We’ll be keeping an eye on the new devices from Samsung in the months to come.
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