Galaxy S10 vs iPhone XS Plus vs LG V40 vs Pixel 3 XL: which one would you get? (results)

Galaxy S10 vs iPhone XS Plus vs LG V40 vs Pixel 3 XL: which one would you get? (results)
With more than 40% of our 2808 respondents intending to vote with their wallets for the upcoming Galaxy S10, Samsung better bring it soon, and with an enticing design/hardware/Android overlay combo at that.

Which flagship would you save for?

Samsung Galaxy S10
40.5%
Apple iPhone XS Plus
17.37%
LG V40 ThinQ
31.71%
Google Pixel 3 XL
10.43%

The 10th anniversary of the flagship Galaxy S line is expected to see no less than three S10 models announced, big and smaller, curved and flatter, with or without in-display finger scanners, to suit every taste, and most of our respondents seem to believe that Samsung can deliver a wow-ing trio.

Glass bodies, wireless charging, water-tight certification, those will be the common design themes between the S10 and its expected competitors like the iPhone XS Plus, LG V40, or Pixel 3 XL. The best of US vs the best of Korea, and you seem to side with Korea, as the iPhone and Google's handsets don't even push 30% combined. Given the expected specs and prices below, we can't blame anyone's preliminary desires for those results.



Galaxy S10 vs iPhone XS Plus vs LG V40 vs Pixel 3 XL prices and release dates


While it is too early to have any credible tips on the S10's pricing, we'd wager to guess its tags and availability based on Samsung's historical precedents, while for the 2018 iPhones there is plenty of analysts' guesstimates that will mostly turn out right in the end, as usual.


Related phones

Galaxy S10
iPhone XS Max
V40 ThinQ
Pixel 3 XL

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