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Samsung Galaxy S Phone

Samsung Galaxy S Phone

Front camera: 10 MP
Rear Camera: Tri-Lens 16MP, 12MP, 12MP (S10, S10 +) Dual-Lens 12MP (S10e)
Initial Android version: 9.0 pi

The Samsung Galaxy S10 series represents a big step up from the S9 series. Its bezel is a thin razor with a display that curves the edges of the smartphone, resulting in a 93.1 percent screen to body ratio. The S10 and S10 + have an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor embedded in the glass. Just place your thumb anywhere on the screen to unlock. Another exciting feature is that the S10 can act as a wireless charger for other compatible phones and accessories such as wireless Samsung buds.

The S10 comes in 128GB or 512GB storage configuration with 8GB RAM, while the S10 + offers 1TB option with 12GB RAM.

The S10 and S10 +’s primary camera has three lenses for taking regular, telephoto and ultra-wide shots.

Finally, the S10 has a 5.8-inch screen and it comes with the same memory and RAM configuration as the S10. It has not three, only two rear cameras and no on-screen fingerprint sensor.
Features of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series


 Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor: The S10's 3D fingerprint reader is known to be faster and more secure than previous versions. It uses sound waves to read your fingerprints, similar to medical ultrasound devices.
Wireless Charging Capabilities: The S10 Series Kiwi integrates wireless charging technology so that the smartphone can charge compatible Samsung smartphones (including the S9 and S9 +) and accessories such as the Galaxy Watch Active and Samsung Bud.
Tri Rear Camera (S10 and S10 + only): The primary camera has a wide landscape with 123 degree panoramic field for wide landscape shots. The telephoto lens has a 2x optical zoom for close-ups.
5G version: A 5G-ready version of the S10 will be available, exclusive to Verizon in June 2019.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 + look similar to the S8 and S8 +, using the full screen with Infinity displays but these smartphones have a small bottom bezel on the back panel and a stationary fingerprint sensor. The front cameras are the same, but the S9 + has a dual lens in the selfie camera. There is a new video feature called "Super Slow-Mo" that captures up to 960 frames per second. Overall performance is enhanced by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 845 chipset. Like the S8 and S8 +, the S9 and S9 + are water and dust resistant and have microSD card slots and headphone jacks. Both smartphones support fast wireless charging.

The fingerprint sensor on each smartphone is centered under the camera lens which means more than the sensor on the S8 which is next to the camera lens. The Galaxy S9 and S9 + have stereo speakers, one on the earpiece and the bottom like another recent iPhone. TouchWiz's successor, the Samsung Experience user interface, has added a few tweets to the Android operating system. Finally, these smartphones have a new 3D emoji feature, which will take over the animoji feature of Samsung's iPhone X.
 

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 ++

  Samsung shares many more specs, including the Galaxy S8 and S8 +:

    12MP rear camera
    8MP forward camera
    Quad HD + Super AMOLED screen with 2960x1440 resolution
    Android 7.0 Nougat
    Curved Edge Screen

There are a few differences between the two smartphones. The S8 + phablet has a 6.2-inch screen compared to the S8's 5.8-inch display. It has a higher PPIO (pixels per inch): 570 vs 529 Both were launched in April 2017.

The two smartphones can recall the Galaxy S7 Edge more closely than the S7, as well as the screens wrapped around it. There are more than a dozen Edge software-customizable panels and multiple widgets (including a calculator, calendar and note-taking app).

Other notable features of both the smartphones are:

    An iris scanner to unlock the device.
    Bluetooth 5 support lets you send audio to multiple devices at once.
    Also shows the always running time and date and unread notifications in standby mode.
    Bixby, Samsung's virtual assistant, responds to voice commands.
    A microSD slot that accepts cards up to 256GB.
    Water and dust resistance.
    USB-C charging port

Samsung Galaxy S7

Display: Super AMOLED 5.1
Resolution: 1440 x 2560 @ 577ppi
Front camera: 5 MP
Rear camera: 12 MP
Charger type: Micro USB
Initial Android version: Marshmallow 6.0
Final Android Version: Scheduled
Release Date: March 2016

The Samsung Galaxy S7 brings back a few features that are beyond the S6, especially the microSD card slot. It is also water resistant like S5, a feature of S-6. Unlike the S-6, it does not have a removable battery.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phablet was notorious for its exploding battery, it was banned by the airlines and eventually returned. The Galaxy S7 has a secure battery.

Like the S6, the S7 also has a metal and glass backing, although it's smoky, it has a micro-USB charging port, not the new Type-C port so you can use your old charger.

The S7 always debuted on-display, showing the phone's battery level as well as a watch, a calendar or an image, even when the device is in standby mode.

Samsung has also unveiled the Galaxy 7 Edge model, which has an enhanced Edge panel that can display up to 10 shortcuts to applications, contacts and actions, such as creating a new text message or turning on the camera.

Samsung Galaxy S6

Display: Super AMOLED 5.1
Resolution: 2, 560x1, 440 @ 577ppi
Front camera: 5 MP
Rear camera: 16 MP
Charger type: Micro USB
Early Android version: 5.0 Lollipop
Final Android version: Marshmallow 6.0
Release Date: April 2015 (No longer in production)

With its glass and metal body, a big step in terms of design from the Galaxy S6's predecessors is that it features a touchscreen that is sensitive enough for the user to respond even when wearing light gloves. It upgrades the S5's fingerprint reader by removing the home button, which is easier to use than the S5's screen-based.

It took a few steps back with a removable battery and no microSD slot as the S6 took is not as water resistant as the predecessor. The rear camera also protrudes slightly, although the front camera is upgraded from 2 to 5 megapixels.

The S6's display is the same size as the S5's but boasts a higher resolution and pixel density resulting in a much better experience.

New features include:

    The fingerprint scanner has been moved to the Home button
    Double-tap the Home button to turn on the camera without the unlocking device
    The optical image on the camera is stable
    The mobile payment application is compatible with Samsung Pay

In addition to the Samsung Galaxy S6, the Edge 6 series has been introduced with the S6 Edge and Edge + smartphones, featuring displays that were wrapped on one side and showed notifications and other information.

Samsung Galaxy S5

Display: Super AMOLED 5.1
Resolution: 1080 x 1920 @ 432ppi
Front camera: 2 MP
Rear camera: 16 MP
Charger type: Micro USB
Early Android version: 4.4 KitKat at
Final Android version: Marshmallow 6.0
Release Date: April 2014 (No longer in production)

The Galaxy S4 has a small upgrade, the Galaxy S5 has a higher resolution rear camera (from 13 to 16 megapixels) and a slightly larger screen. The S5 has added a fingerprint scanner, but it's not the home button, it's the screen and it's hard to use.

With the same plastic construction it has the same look as the S4 but it has a dotted back that prevents fingerprints from growing.

Notable features include:

    The fingerprint scanner stores profiles for three fingers
    Ultra HD aka 4K video
    USB 3.0 compatibility for fast charging and data transfer
    Ultra power saving mode disables most connections and changes the display to grayscale
    The heart rate tracker integrates with the camera flash module on the back of the phone; Press your finger to get a reading
    Kids Mode - Sandboxed experience with only allowed applications

There were a few variations of the S5, including two angry models: the Samsung S5 Active (AT&T) and the Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport (Sprint). The Galaxy S5 Mini is a scaled-down budget model with less advanced specs and a smaller 4.5-inch 720p screen.

Samsung Galaxy S4

Display: 5-in Super AMOLED
Resolution: 1080 x 1920 @ 441ppi
Front camera: 2 MP
Rear camera: 13 MP
Charger type: Micro USB
Early Android version: 4.2 Jelly Bean
Final Android version: Marshmallow 5.0
Release Date: April 2013 (No longer in production)

Samsung has made a major upgrade to the rear camera on the Galaxy S4 S3, jumping from 8 to 13 megapixels. The front camera has been moved from 1.9 to 2 megapixels. It got a bump up to a quad-core processor and a slightly larger 5-inch screen Got S4 debuted in Samsung's multi-window split-screen mode, enabling users to enable one or more compatible applications simultaneously.

It also introduced lock screen widgets, where users can view specific notifications and other information without having to unlock the device. Like the S3, the S4 has a plastic body that is less prone to breakage, but not as attractive as the metallic and glass body featuring competing smartphones. It holds microSD slots and removable batteries.
Samsung Galaxy S III (also known as Samsung Galaxy S3)

Display: Super AMOLED 4.8
Resolution: 1, 280x720 @ 306ppi
Front camera: 1.9 MP
Rear camera: 8 MP
Charger type: Micro USB
Early Android version: 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Final Android version: KitKat 4.4
Release Date: May 2012 (No longer in production)

Display: Super AMOLED 4.8
Resolution: 1, 280x720 @ 306ppi
Front camera: 1.9 MP
Rear camera: 8 MP
Charger type: Micro USB
Early Android version: 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Final Android version: KitKat 4.4
Release Date: May 2012 (No longer in production)

Following the original Galaxy S (2010) and Galaxy SII (2011), the Samsung Galaxy SII (aka S3) is one of the Galaxy S models in this series. At the time, the 5.4-inch by 2.8-inch S3 was considered by some reviewers to be larger but looked smaller than its successors (see above), which gradually grew taller. The S3 had a plastic body, a dual-core processor, and was the predecessor of Samsung's Bixby Virtual Assistant with S Voice. It features a removable battery and a microSD slot.
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