I’ve been a Samsung fanboy since the original Galaxy S4, so it’s only fitting that I’m one of the first to try out the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the HTC One M9.

Both phones have been designed by the Korean tech giant, and the differences between them are pretty obvious.

The S6 is a premium, premium smartphone with a metal body, a metal unibody design and a high-quality plastic back that feels like premium material.

The Note 5 is a mid-range, budget smartphone with the same metal body and glass back.

When it comes to the cameras, Samsung’s camera setup is very similar to the Galaxy S5, with a 16-megapixel sensor, a 12-megapixels sensor and an f/2.0 aperture.

The camera setup on the S6 and the Note 5 are quite different, however, as they both use an 8-megaphone sensor instead of a 12.

The S6 also has a wider range of aperture options, but it’s not quite as wide as the Note.

Both the S5 and the S7 have an f2.4 aperture, but the S9’s sensor is f2:2.5 instead of f2,8.

It’s not just the sensors that are different on these two phones.

The design of both phones is also slightly different.

The Galaxy S7’s curved edges are a bit more pronounced on the front of the phone, whereas the S10’s curved sides are less pronounced.

There’s no noticeable difference in terms of design, but there are some design differences between the two devices.

HTC One M8 is also a premium smartphone that has a plastic uniboy body with a high quality plastic back, a 5.5-inch screen and a 5MP sensor.

The M8 comes with Android 7.1.1 Nougat, and it features a 5-megabit LTE network and a Snapdragon 835 processor.

If you’re looking for the best smartphone on the cheap, the HTC M9 is definitely worth checking out.

It comes with a 5 megapixel rear camera and a 3.5MP front camera, which is very close to the specs of the Note 4.

HTC has also brought the M9 with it for the Chinese holiday season.

Despite the different design, the Samsung and HTC phones look very similar.

The HTC One S6 has a higher price tag than the Samsung, but its camera setup matches up with the S4’s camera.

The LG G5 and OnePlus 3 are both more expensive than the S8, but they have slightly more camera specs than the Note S5.

If you’re willing to pay a bit less, the Apple iPhone 7 Plus has a lower price tag and has the same camera setup as the S3.

If there’s one thing that I hate about the iPhone, it’s the camera.

In terms of specifications, it does have some good features that the Samsung does not, but most of these features are not really noticeable when using the device.

I really like the S2, but I’m not a big fan of the S1.

The Samsung Galaxy Plus and Galaxy S3 are both solid phones, but neither phone is my favorite.

What’s your favorite smartphone?