When a smartphone is a fun toy, a smartphone isn’t a smartphone anymore

When the Samsung Galaxy S8 was unveiled, many were quick to say it was the first phone in years to feature an AI assistant.

But the real winner of the day was the device’s built-in speaker.

It’s been on everyone’s lips since then, and while it might have come off as gimmicky, the feature is one that has really caught on.

Now that the Galaxy S9 has arrived, Samsung is going to try and make that AI assistant feature a staple of the device, as it did with the Galaxy Note 8.

The latest Samsung device will have the ability to “read” what the user is saying and translate that into words on the go.

It’ll also let users “ask for directions,” something the Note 8 didn’t have.

It has also added a number of other new features, like a new “voice assistant” to help you navigate and do basic tasks.

So when Samsung announced the Galaxy 10, it was smart to add a feature like this to the phone that would make the device feel more like an extension of itself.

When the Galaxy 11 came out in late 2017, the company took a different tack, and it did so in a big way.

The new phone features a 4.7-inch 1080p AMOLED display, a 13-megapixel camera, a 5-megapixels rear camera, and a dual-lens camera setup with a wide-angle lens and f/1.8 aperture.

Samsung also added NFC and fingerprint sensors, making it the first smartphone to feature a fingerprint scanner.

That feature has become a huge hit, and Samsung says the fingerprint scanner will soon be integrated into the Galaxy X line of phones, which will come with Samsung Pay.

With NFC, Samsung has given us a way to pay for things in a way that makes sense, with a chip that can be paired with NFC readers, so the card is still in the device.

This makes the card a “universal” one, which makes it much easier to carry around.

It also makes it easy to use Samsung Pay, which is one of the most-used ways to pay in the world right now.

The Samsung Galaxy X10, meanwhile, was designed with NFC in mind.

With its new 10-megabyte version of the Galaxy phone, Samsung hopes to have the NFC chip in the phone’s back as well.

That means the phone will be able to charge a battery up to 12 hours on a single charge, while still remaining fast and capable of charging other devices that don’t have NFC.

And it’s also worth noting that the 10-nm manufacturing process has improved in the past year, which should help speed up the process for future phones.

So even though NFC may be a cool idea for the future, the phone can still handle other types of payments.

But it’s still a bit of a gimmick.

The Galaxy S10, on the other hand, is a much better smartphone for the price.

It features a 10.1-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1080p, an 8-megawatt Snapdragon 835 processor, 2GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a 12-megabit LTE network, and an 8MP front-facing camera.

It can also connect to 4G LTE networks.

The phone has a 13MP front camera, which Samsung claims is the best camera Samsung has ever put out.

And while the phone is still an affordable phone, it’s not going to beat the iPhone 7 or the Galaxy Tab S3 when it comes to camera quality.

It still can’t beat the Galaxy A10 in that department, either.

The iPhone 7 Plus is still the best smartphone camera in the market right now, thanks to the camera on the iPhone X and iPhone XR, and the iPhone 8 Plus is definitely better.

But Samsung has made some big changes to the Galaxy lineup since the Galaxy phones that launched last year.

The company announced the S10 in December, but the S11 was announced earlier in the year, in March.

The S11 has a bigger screen and a faster processor than the S9 and S10.

But while the S15 has a slightly higher price tag, it features a slightly smaller screen and is also a phone that will be compatible with the iPhone 10.

The most important difference between the S8 and S9 is the inclusion of dual SIM cards.

Now, there is no dual SIM card on the S7, but that’s still the case with the S12.

In fact, the S20 is also on the way, and will have dual SIM slots.

And because of this, you’ll be able use either one phone to connect to other devices.

This will make it easier for those who want to use both devices at the same time.

But for those of us who prefer the option of having one phone with both SIM cards, the new S10 is