Samsung Galaxy S – June 2010Samsung’s foray into the smartphone industry began in the month of March 2010, with the announcement of the Galaxy S.
Samsung Galaxy SII – February 2011A few months later, Samsung really upped its game with the release of the Galaxy S2. The phone ran on Android 2.3 Gingerbread and came with an AMOLED screen, 1 GB RAM, Exynos 4210 Dual processor, and NFC support – something that was pretty rare back then.
Samsung Galaxy SIII – May 2012May of 2012 saw the launch of the new Galaxy S3, and although nothing groundbreaking in terms of features, the Galaxy S3 did come with new software as well as hardware design.
Samsung Galaxy S4 – March 2013A year later, Samsung launched the Galaxy S4 which featured a 5” Super AMOLED 1080p panel with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and an upgraded Exynos Octa processor.
Samsung Galaxy S5 – February 2014In 2014, Samsung gave us the Galaxy S5. While similar to the Galaxy S4 in terms of looks, the S5 featured an upgraded Snapdragon 801 processor and a 5.1” Super AMOLED display.
Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and S6 Edge+ – March/August 2015In 2015, Samsung released not just the Galaxy S6 but the S6 series, which changed the entire smartphone game. All 3 products in the S6 series – the S6, the S6 Edge and the S6 Edge+ featured a more premium look, thanks to aluminum framing and glass.
Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge – February 2016Fast forward a year later, Samsung launched the Galaxy S7 series with two phones instead of three – the S7 and the S7 Edge. In terms of similarity, both phones came with a Dual Pixel Autofocus rear camera with 2160 @30 fps video recording capability as well as Hybrid dual sim, quick charge 2.0 and always-on display feature.
In March 2017, the Galaxy series saw a revolutionary change in the overall design of its phones. Bigger and bolder than ever, Samsung had now made the curved edge a trademark look and opted for a sleeker exterior and a larger screen.
Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ – February 2018A year later, Samsung launched the S9 series with two phones – the S9 and the S9+. The S9 came with a 5.8” Super AMOLED infinity display whereas the S9+ came with a slightly bigger 6.2” Super AMOLED infinity display.
Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10+ – February 2019In February of 2019, Samsung launched the Galaxy S10 series, which included 3 phones – the S10, the S10e, and the S10+.
Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, S20+ 5G, and S20 Ultra 5G February 2020February of 2020 will showcase the launch of the new Galaxy S20 series. This time around, Samsung has decided to ditch their naming scheme and instead of the S11 people were expecting, we now get the new S20 series – which takes inspiration from the new year.