By The Globe and Mail Staff WriterA new generation of smartphones is coming to the market.

The smartphones that have dominated the smartphone market for years, like the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Nokia N9, have gone from niche to mainstream, with a few exceptions.

These devices were designed to appeal to a younger and more affluent segment of the consumer.

They have been popular with the young and tech savvy who have grown up in a world where mobile phones are not a necessity but a luxury.

The new phones that have been introduced include a few that were created specifically for this segment, but the majority are still the same phones that people used when the S3 was launched back in 2011.

The S3, a device that sold around 9 million units worldwide in its first three months, has long been the king of the smartphone world.

But with the launch of the iPhone 5s, Verizon is looking to move into the smartphone arena in a major way.

This year, Verizon will release three new models of the Galaxy S5, a phone that will replace the S5.

Verizon will be bringing back the popular “Frontal” phone with a slightly more premium design.

It will also be offering two new models, the S4 and the S6, which are more of a midrange phone.

The front end of the new phones is a much bigger and more spacious than the one on the S7, with the front face of the S8 now being the same as the S9.

This phone will be available in two different color schemes, a matte black with silver accents and a gold metallic finish.

The silver metallic version of the handset will be priced at $800.

The phone will also have a more compact size compared to the S2.

The phone will weigh just over 2.7 pounds, which is just under 1.5 kilograms.

The rear of the device will be thinner than the S1, and will feature a much more compact design.

Verizon is calling it the S-Line, and it will be slightly larger and have a higher resolution.

The phones will feature the same Snapdragon 820 processor as the phones on the Galaxy Note 7.

They will also come with a 3,000mAh battery and a 2.5D curved display.

The S-Series phones will come in two colors, blue and black, which will come with two different models.

The back of the phones will be a bit different.

The handset will have a fingerprint sensor and will be made of a metal.

Verizon said that the device won’t be made out of plastic, but will be built of plastic instead.

It is also being made of Gorilla Glass 3, and the device should be available for sale in the US and Canada in the next couple of weeks.

The Galaxy S6 is going to be a more affordable device, but Verizon will still be offering a limited number of models.

Verizon has not announced pricing for the Galaxy A5, A6, A7, A8, and A9.

The Galaxy S8 and S9 are also still being produced.

Verizon’s S7 and S8 are coming in black and silver.

They feature the S Pen and will retail for $1,000 and $2,000, respectively.

The price difference is only $100, though it could be more depending on the country you are in.

The pricing will be $800 to $1,-200 in Canada, $1.00 to $2.00 in the United States, and $1-$2.50 in Europe.

The price for the new models is $1 per month for the S Plus model, $4.99 per month with LTE data, $8.99 with LTE speeds, and a $12.99 annual contract.

Verizion has been aggressively expanding its smartphone lineup for years.

In March of this year, it launched its first premium smartphone, the Galaxy Nexus, at a price tag of $1 million.

In September, it introduced the Galaxy Tab 7, which retailed for $899.

Verizon plans to release more premium smartphones this year as it continues to grow its market share.

The Bottom LineVerizon has been expanding its mobile phone offerings in recent years, but this new Galaxy S series of phones will likely make up for some of those losses.

It remains to be seen whether or not Verizon’s flagship phones will have the same amount of value as other premium smartphones, but at least the S phones are a good price point.

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