I’m excited to bring you the news of the year on CES 2017.
Let’s get into the meat of it:We have a lot to cover this year, but first, let’s go through what was shown at CES 2017 in the US and around the world.
We’ll start with a quick rundown of the biggest news, followed by our coverage of the other highlights of the show.
What we sawThe biggest news was the Samsung Galaxy S7, which Samsung showed off to the press and the press was pretty excited about.
The Galaxy S8, which was announced at CES, looks to be the next big thing for Samsung, and it was rumored for a release this year.
Samsung has also announced that its flagship Galaxy S9 is expected in the second half of 2019, which is probably a sign that the Galaxy S line is on its way out.
But for now, we’ll just be focusing on the Galaxy Note 10.
It looks like Samsung has finally decided to use a stylus for its Note 10, and Samsung has decided to offer an unlocked version.
The unlocked version is only available in the U.S., but if you’re in Europe or Asia you can grab the Galaxy 10 Plus unlocked version for just $399.
We don’t have any confirmation that the unlocked version will be available in Canada, but we will update this post if we hear anything.
We also have a Samsung Galaxy 10 with a curved screen and a fingerprint sensor.
Samsung is also showing off a new version of the Galaxy Mini, which looks like a mini-desktop with a larger display.
The Mini 10.1 looks like an even smaller version of Samsung’s mini-tablet, which it has been rumored for years.
Samsung is also announcing a new series of wireless headphones called the AirPods, which feature a 3.5mm headphone jack.
It will be able to connect to Apple EarPods for the first time, but it will also have Bluetooth 4.0, which means it will work with Apple’s own AirPilot, which will be arriving later this year in the form of the new Gear VR headset.
There are also rumors that Apple is working on a new iPhone that has a 3D Touch display.
If you’re interested in the newest Android phones, Samsung is showing off its latest phones at CES.
The company announced the Galaxy Tab 10.6 Pro, the Samsung S6 Edge+, and the Samsung Note 10 Pro, which we will get to in a minute.
The Note 10 will be hitting stores later this month.
We also have an exclusive look at Samsung’s new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy K10, which costs $5,499, and will be released this year starting in March.
We’re also excited to see the Samsung X1, a new model that will come in gold and rose gold.
The Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S8 were also announced at the show, and all of them are launching in 2018.
All of these phones will cost $1,299 and $1.2999, respectively, and they will all feature a Snapdragon 835 chipset.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8, S8+, and S7 were also at CES and we’ll be covering their launches in a moment.
We had an exclusive preview of the Samsung NX10 and the Galaxy NX11, which are coming to Amazon and T-Mobile this fall.
We have Samsung’s newest flagship phone, the S8 Plus, which has a 6.3-inch display and comes with an 8GB of RAM.
Samsung also has announced the Samsung Neo 4, a 5.5-inch, 1080p smartphone that will cost just $249.
We have a Galaxy S6 Plus review and a Samsung Neo 6 review coming in the next few days.
Finally, the LG G6, the latest flagship phone from LG, will be launching in early 2018.
LG has confirmed that it will release the LG Ultra Plus in the spring, but the phone will cost about $1k.
We still don’t know when the LG V30 will be launched, but this is a pretty big leap from the G6.
The LG G5, the most recent flagship phone launched from LG and one of the best phones of the entire year, is also getting its first official US release in March 2018.
The LG V20 was also announced and will cost around $600.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 11, the only phone on our list, is coming out later this fall, and the Note 11 will cost a little more than $700.
Samsung announced a new line of headphones with a headphone jack, called the EarPod, and a new wireless headphone, the AirPod, which have been teased for a few years.
The EarPoda will feature a 4mm headphone port, and an NFC-enabled charging port that will allow for wireless charging.
The AirPod will be priced at $199 and will ship with