^( shows that the ^( is the one to have from Samsung Galaxy S10’s LTE trio. It took in nearly 40% of the vote, leaving its two siblings in its rear view mirror.
People appreciated the Dynamic AMOLED display and the addition of an ultra-wide angle camera, the battery life was rated highly too. Some weren’t happy with the in-display fingerprint reader, but the major complaint against the S10 phones was that they didn’t feel particularly innovative.
The^( , despite being fairly similar, only secured 22% of the vote – that’s 2 percentage points lower than the “Pass” option.
A surprising amount of^( supporters piped up, especially people who like its size. Still, the “e” ended up in last place, even further behind the “Pass” option.
This result isn’t a huge surprise, the new phones^( pre-order ^( in the US and the UK, but in both cases the Galaxy S10+ accounted for more than half of all orders.