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OK, the Galaxy S10 Plus to be specific.
Oppo has seen the success that Huawei and OnePlus have had in Western markets.
BARCELONA, Spain--Samsung is giving its new flagship phone, the Galaxy S4, its own launch show in March, but that doesn't mean it hasn't got a load of gear to show off at MWC. Samsung's booth was as big and bright as ever in the conference centre.
At 8 inches, the Galaxy Note 8 is the biggest of Samsung's releases. It won't fit easily in your hand, but its stylus will come in handy for note taking.
Looking a little like a squashed S3, the Galaxy Fame offers basic specs for a hopefully cheap price.
Samsung's Knox software lets you easily switch between your personal and business sides of your phone.
The HomeSync set-top box uses Android to stream your media, browse the Web, and use apps. You can also store your favorite movies and TV shows on the 1TB drive.
The Galaxy Young is small, will come with a cut-down price, and packs the latest version of Android Jelly Bean.
Slightly bigger than the S3, the Galaxy Grand accepts two SIM cards for the frequent fliers among you.
Lead a rough-and-tumble life? The XCover 2's waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof shell should keep you covered.
Nope, that's not an S3, that's the Galaxy Express, the S3's LTE-toting weaker sibling.
Samsung also showed off its new mobile OS, Tizen. It's simple enough, but we're not sure if it'll offer anything better than Android.