If any company has never hesitated to innovate, you will find no one other than the South Korean brand Samsung where it has come quite away from the feature phones to the high-end premium 5G smartphones. Earlier this year, the brand unveiled its latest addition to the S-series dubbed as Galaxy S21, and it has completely reimagined the smartphone camera standards. The camera module was a bit chunkier, and the lenses offered here were highly capable, and you will get to capture professional long-range shots, all thanks to the optical zoom. The static photography and cameras can shoot high-quality 8K videos that are a boon to all the content creators.
First Samsung Phone
Going back in history, the first device launched by Samsung was SGH-100, and it was revealed in the home market of Korea back in 1988. It was the first mobile phone from Samsung, and you must not confuse it with the company’s history when it first stepped into the market in 1938. SGH-100 was also launched in Europe, but that was it. It never came to any other market.
On The Global Market
After the success of SGH-100 in the markets where it was launched, Samsung has launched SGH-600, next in line with it. The year was 1998, and this mobile phone has marked Samsung’s presence globally. The USP of these phones was their ever-lasting battery. However, the factor that pushed them to get where they are today was something else. It was the smartphone lineup that the brand has offered at affordable rates.
Samsung Galaxy S & Note Series
The year was 2010 when Samsung launched its first S-series and Note-series. The two focused on very different sets of users, and in the beginning, users found it hard to differentiate between the two. Today, Samsung has stopped the Note series, and the last smartphone that was launched under this series was Galaxy Note 20. The critical factor differentiating between the two is that the Note lineup came with a stylus and the storage capacity is also much higher on this series.
Samsung Galaxy Z Lineup
As the S and Note series is pretty successful and has dedicated markets, Samsung has again stepped up its innovation game and launched an engineering marvel with its all-new foldable smartphones. We are in the 2nd-gen of the foldable, and Samsung has resolved a few mistakes in the Z Fold and Z Flip’s first generation. The brand has revealed its first foldable in 2019.
The one that was launched in 2019 was dubbed Galaxy Z Fold, and it opened in the booking form. Samsung introduced a Galaxy Z Flip in 2020, which was a more conventional design than that of a flip phone. The display panel used here by Samsung is dubbed Infinity Flex Display. The one that was launched in 2019 was dubbed as Galaxy Z Fold and it opened in the booking form. Samsung introduced a Galaxy Z Flip in 2020 which was a more conventional design than that of a flip phone. The display panel used here by Samsung is dubbed Infinity Flex Display.
There are various brands that you will get in the market that are doing some unique innovations but it’s only Samsung that has the potential to do it on such a large scale. Samsung smartphones are based on Android OS and that’s another significant factor behind the brand’s popularity. Samsung has a wide range of devices in its lineup and you can easily find a device that fits right in your budget. The overall user experience has also improved quite a lot from the laggy days of TouchWIZ UI. Samsung is now offering a highly optimized OneUI that promises much better navigation and gestures.