The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 might be a big upgrade for the Galaxy S line.
It’s a phone with a screen that’s just a little bigger than the iPhone 6s Plus, and it’s got a battery that’s bigger than a 12-month old MacBook.
But what if Samsung wasn’t going to offer any other Galaxy phones, and the company was looking for another way to bring its smartphone line to the masses?
Enter the LG V10.
The V10’s got all the features you’d expect from a flagship Android phone.
It has a 5.5-inch OLED display with a 1440 x 2560 resolution, which is twice as large as the 5.1-inch iPhone 6 Plus.
It also has a 2,700mAh battery, which Samsung says is twice the capacity of the Note 8’s.
There’s also a 16MP rear camera and a 5MP front shooter.
The phone has a Snapdragon 835 processor, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, and a 4GB of RAM.
And of course, there’s a fingerprint scanner, but the device does have a metal back and plastic back cover.
But let’s face it: There’s nothing fancy about the LG S8.
It doesn’t have a curved back, or the same glass front as the LG flagship.
There are no plastic-wrapped edges on either of the sides of the device, and there’s no front or back camera.
Instead, the V10 has a glossy plastic back that has a metal ring around it.
This plastic ring is actually a little thicker than the metal bands on the Galaxy Note 10, which are pretty thick, too.
The metal band is actually much thinner than the Galaxy X, which has a metallic ring around the back.
There is no fingerprint sensor on the LG smartphone, either, but there is a fingerprint sensor found on the Apple iPhone X.
In the LG line, the Galaxy series has always used plastic.
Samsung even went so far as to remove the plastic bands from the Galaxy E line, as it was not needed for the phones.
However, the LG E8, which launched in the spring of 2017, had a plastic back.
LG had made a big deal about this back back, but it didn’t look great on the iPhone X, and Samsung was disappointed.
LG has since re-released the LG C series phones with a glossy back, which was used in the LG X series.
But the LG phones have always been a little on the pricey side.
LG’s C series was a great phone, and was actually the first smartphone to come with a built-in 3G radio.
That 3G signal allowed the LG phone to make calls while charging.
But that radio, which came with the phone, also had an optional wireless charging adapter, which costs $99.
But it wasn’t very popular.
The LG G5 also had a built in 3G, but was a bit too expensive to recommend to the general public.
The LG G7 also had wireless charging, but that was a major drawback for many consumers.
So Samsung offered up a cheaper alternative to the G7.
The Samsung S8, like the LG F series phones, was supposed to be the next generation of premium phones, but only just barely.
The S8 is a 5-inch phone that has an OLED display and a Snapdragon 820 processor.
The display is 13.3-inch, which makes it the thinnest smartphone in the Galaxy line.
The screen is 1080p, which means that the display has the ability to fill the entire area of the phone.
The battery is a 3000mAh, which isn’t great for most people.
The front camera is a 12MP camera with a f/2.2 aperture.
The rear camera is 16MP, with a 5 megapixel sensor.
It comes in three color options: black, red, and green.
The V10 is the first phone in the Samsung line to have a fingerprint reader.
There was a fingerprint readers included in the S8 and S8 Plus, but this fingerprint reader has a much bigger surface area than the ones on the S7, S7 Edge, and S6 Edge.
The Samsung Galaxy V10 might not be as powerful as the Galaxy 6S Plus, or even the Galaxy SE, but its larger screen, and larger battery are a big plus.
LG did make a number of minor changes to the phone in its final version.
It added a dual SIM slot and a microSD card slot, which will allow users to expand the phone to 16GB.
The company also redesigned the front of the V8 and the back of the S10.
The design of the front and back of both the V7 and the S9 is much more rounded and rounded than on the V9.
It looks more like the S6, although the phone’s edges are a bit thinner than on a Samsung flagship.
The rear of the LG Galaxy S