Samsung's Galaxy smartphones have consistently been some of the most innovative and best-performing phones released.
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Samsung Galaxy S smartphones
About Samsung Galaxy S smartphones
When Android launched as a mobile operating system back in 2008 as Google's answer to Apple's iOS platform, the first manufacturer to jump on board was HTC. It didn't take Samsung long to join the party though with the original Samsung Galaxy phone in 2009, a brand that has grown to become one of the most successful family of devices in the world.
Samsung's size as a consumer electronics company has allowed it to create incredibly powerful devices. The flagship Galaxy S devices are generally announced at Mobile World Congress early in the year, and make their way to store shelves a few weeks later. Samsung uses these devices to launch new technologies, such as updated cutting-edge processors, incredible cameras and intuitive software features like an always-on display or the Game Launcher that allows you to maximise your game time.
Samsung Galaxy Note smartphones
About Samsung Galaxy Note smartphones
When Samsung launched its first Note smartphone, critics doubted that the larger screen size would work in a market dominated by iPhones and iPads. But Samsung blew those critics' doubts away with a device that sold phenomenally wel, and set the bar for the larger sized smartphones we see today.
In 2018, the screensize of the Galaxy S family of phones is largely on par with the Note models, which means that the key differentiator between the two families is the embedded stylus with the Note.
The Note generally has a September release window, giving Samsung two key flagship phone launches every year, so it can test new innovative features more frequently for its family of smart devices.
Samsung Galaxy A smartphones
About Samsung Galaxy A smartphones
Samsung may dominate the market with the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note lines, but for many people those models are just too expensive to consider. Samsung has launched the Galaxy A range to cater to that mid-range price bracket.
Galaxy A smartphones typically run on the previous years processor and may feature less on board storage or RAM than the flagship models. But given the price point they perform well on a bang for buck metric.
Samsung Galaxy J smartphones
About Samsung Galaxy J smartphones
Samsung's premium lines get all the buzz, but as one of the world's most successful phone manufacturers it's hardly surprising that the company caters to the low-cost prepaid market too.
The Galaxy J series of smartphones offer an affordable pricepoint, but sacrifice the high-end features found in the top of the line Galaxy S or Note lineups. They also tend to offer lower resolution screens and slower processors, as you would expect at their price.
While Galaxy J phones are typically sold in a prepaid capacity, they do come available on some plans as a low-cost option.
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