The first Galaxy S (2010)
Back to the beginning, the first Galaxy S was announced at the Mobile World Congress in 2010.
The Galaxy S had a 4-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen, a 1GHz processor, a 5-megapixel rear camera (without a flash), 512MB RAM and Android 2.1 Eclair software. The battery had a "whopping" 1,500mAh capacity.
Galaxy S II (2011)
The global version of the Galaxy S II (or S2) became a much more modern-looking phone. Its screen size crept up to 4.3 inches. It also got a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, an 8-megapixel camera in the back, a 2-megapixel camera in the front and a 1,650mAh battery.
Galaxy S3 (2012)
The Galaxy S3 was Samsung's first real Galaxy breakout. Hardware specs improved, of course, but it was the phone's pebble shape and pearly finish that also drew buyers in. It was also the first Galaxy to come to all US carriers without modifications, a sure signal that Samsung was gaining global clout.
Galaxy S3 Mini (2013)
After the Galaxy S3's success, Samsung announced a smaller version with stepped-down specs. The S3 Mini became one of an army of "mini" phones that followed the trend. It would be joined by the Galaxy S4 Mini and S5 Mini.
Galaxy S4 (2013)
When the Galaxy S4 specs included an IR blaster to act as a universal TV remote control, a 5-inch Full HD Super AMOLED screen, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, a 2,600mAh battery and a ton of software extras.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom (2013)
This is what happens when you slap an optical zoom lens onto the back of a phone. It was... weird. But it also proved Samsung's willingness to keep trying new ideas. The clunky hybrid streamlined into a second Zoom, followed by two versions of a connected camera, which dropped the cellular radio.
Galaxy S4 Active (2013)
It's a S4 with a tougher exterior and physical navigation buttons, a water-resistant design and an underwater camera mode.
Galaxy S5 (2014)
Galaxy S5 included a fingerprint reader and heart-rate monitor. The double-barreled charger. It was water-resistant.
Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge (2015)
first fully metal phone emerged. And the S6 Edge, which had two curved sides. It took an already excellent powerhouse and made it feel like an impossibly slim, luxe piece of hardware. High-end features like an octa-core processor and 16-megapixel camera didn't hurt, either.
Galaxy S6 Edge Plus (2015)
Larger version of the Galaxy S6 Edge, the Edge Plus (or Edge+) was basically the Galaxy Note 5, minus the digital S Pen stylus. It had a large, curved 5.7-inch Super AMOLED screen, and cost in between the S6 Edge and curved-screen Note 5.
Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge (2016)
Both phones wowed us with their 2K screen resolution, but the S7 Edge used its much larger, curved screen to justify a higher price than the S7 as Samsung perfected the production process on its wraparound displays and glass. S7: 5.1-inch screen; S7 Edge: 5.7-inch.
Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus (2017)
For the first time, both Galaxy models came with curved sides by default, a larger screen with whisper-thin bezels, and a fingerprint reader that moves from the now-nonexistent home button beneath the screen to an awkward spot on the back, beside the camera. A new button pops up on the side for Bixby, Samsung's brand-new voice assistant.
Galaxy S9 (2018)
The Galaxy S9 is an upgrade from the S8. The S9 Plus has dual cameras that coordinate to take great portrait photos. Plus, it has a large vibrant screen, and its battery lasted 2 and a half hours longer than the S8.
Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10 Plus (2019)
Samsung decided to give consumers three different Galaxy S10 models to choose from: the Galaxy S10e, the Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10 Plus.
Galaxy S10 lite (2020)
S10 Lite comes with a generous 4,500 mAh unit and supports up to 45W fast charging over the USB Power Delivery standard.
The S10 Lite also comes with a 6.7-inch screen which makes it the largest S10 devices in the roster (the S10+ is 'only' 6.4 inches).
Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra (2020)
The Galaxy S20 Ultra has the biggest display at a massive 6.9 inches, the biggest battery at 5,000mAh, the most amount of RAM at 12 or 16GB (not a typo), and the most storage at 128 or 512GB. It also has a stainless steel frame, while the other two models have an aluminum frame.
The Galaxy S20 Plus has 6.7 inches display, a 4,500mAh battery, 12GB of RAM, and 128 or 512GB of storage.
Galaxy S20 has a 6.2-inch display, a 4,000mAh battery, 12GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage.
Galaxy S20 FE Fan Edition (2020)
Galaxy S21 Ultra (2021)
Galaxy S21+ (2021)
Galaxy S21 (2021)
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