Samsung is fighting smartphone saturation with its latest lineup of Galaxy phones.
At an event in San Francisco, Samsung introduced its newest Galaxy S10, a similarly-sized but more powerful version of the prior model, the S9. Much of the improvements are in terms of battery life, speed and number of cameras -- plus, the ability to charge a number of Samsung devices, including the Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Buds, on top of your phone.
The Galaxy S10E starts at $749.99, the regular Galaxy S10 starts at $899.99, and the S10 Plus starts at $999.99.
There's also a 5G-enabled Galaxy S10, called the S10 5G, Samsung's first phone that works with the next-gen cellular network. Pricing hasn't been announced for that model yet.
But the real showstopper was the Galaxy Fold, the folding smartphone that Samsung has been teasing for months. It's a compact smartphone with a display of about 4.6 inches, but unfolds into an tablet with an Infinity Flex display, three-app multitasking, a whopping six cameras and two batteries.
It'll cost you, though: The Galaxy fold starts at $1980 and up, and will come in 5G and LTE versions.