I changed my iPhone 6s when I saw the Samsung flagship model (that time) S8. It looks so elegant that it made me fall in love with it. The feature that I miss while using Google Pixel 2 is- AMOLED display. The display was awesome. I have also used another model of Samsung- Galaxy Note 8. Features that I miss still now- an excellent camera for low light/night photography. And AMOLED screen definitely. Now Samsung launched recently three flagship models. Galaxy S10e, S10, S10 plus. here are the features-
Galaxy S10e, S10, S10 plus
• SD855 / Exynos 9820
• 10MP Punch Hole Camera
• S10 Plus - Dual Front Camera
• Triple Rear Cameras with 2x optical zoom & ultra wide-angle
• 3.5mm Audio Jack
• In-Display FPS
• Reverse Wireless Charging
• Gorilla Glass 6
They way they provide the front camera, inside the screen, it looks so odd. Even bezel is far better than this kind of concept. What do you think? Let me know. And the triple camera concept is better than Huawei P20 Pro. One is normal, another is a 2x zoom, and the third one is ultra wide angle. If you need an ultra-wide angle for any nature photography, you can use that, and it needs a different lens. So Samsung does it great that P20 Pro's monochrome. We can do that with a basic photo editor, why will I use an extra lens for monochrome. I really don't know their logic, maybe they did it based on logic, that I'm unable to find. 

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