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Samsung Galaxy
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Top: New logo used as of the release of the 2015 models including Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, Galaxy Note5, Galaxy A8, Galaxy Tab A, Galaxy Tab E and upcoming models. Bottom: Samsung Galaxy Note, Note 2 and Note 3
Manufacturer Samsung Electronics
Type Phablet, smartphone, Tablet
Operating system Android
Input Touch screen, Stylus

Samsung Galaxy (stylized as Samsung GALAXY or SAMSUNG Galaxy) is a series of Android-powered mobile computing devices designed, manufactured and marketed by Samsung Electronics. The product line includes the Galaxy S series of high-end smartphones, the Galaxy Tab series of tablets, the Galaxy Note series of tablets and phablets with the added functionality of a stylus and the first version of the Galaxy Gear smartwatch, with later versions dropping the Galaxy branding.

Categorization[edit]

Since April 2015, all the smartphones of the Galaxy series are categorized in the following way:[1][2][3]

Letter Meaning Class Model numbers
K Kapture (e.g. capture the moment) Digital consumer and prosumer camera combined with smartphone SM-C115
Note Phablet and Tablets with Stylus devices High-end devices GT-N7nnn (Old), SM-N9nnn/SM-N7nnn (New) (Phablets) SM-Pnnn (Tablets)
S Supersmart High-end devices GT-I9nnn (Old), SM-G9nnn (New)
PRO Tablet devices High-end devices SM-P9nn (NotePRO Tablets), SM-Tnnn (TabPRO Tablets)
Tab Tablet devices Upper mid-range devices GT-Pnnn (Old), SM-Tnnn (New)
R Royal Upper mid-range devices GT-S8nnn (Old), SM-G7nnn (New)
W Wonder Mid-range devices GT-S7nnn (Old), SM-G3nnn (New)
M Magical Low-end devices GT-S5nnn
A Alpha Upper mid-range devices SM-G850F (Alpha), SM-A300F (A3), SM-A500F (A5), SM-A700F (A7)
E Elevate Mid-range devices SM-E5000 (E5), SM-E7000 (E7)
J Joy Mid-range devices SM-J100H (J1), SM-J500F (J5), SM-J700F (J7)
Z Tizen OS Samsung Z1 Z130H, SM-Z130H/DS
V Low-end devices G313HZ (Galaxy V) SM-G318 (Galaxy V Plus)
Y Young Low-end devices (Varies)

The model number of Samsung Galaxy devices will indicate the variant:

  • GT-Nnnn0 - mainstream Note model (Old type of model number)
  • SM-Nnn0 - mainstream Note model (New type of model number)
  • GT-Pnn00/10 - mainstream Tab model (Old type of model number)
  • SM-Tnn0/1 - mainstream Tab model (New type of model number)
  • GT-Snnn0 - mainstream model
  • GT-Snnn2/ SM-Gnnn/DS / SM-Gnnn/DD SM-Gnnn2 Dual-SIM "Duos" model
  • GT-Snnn5/GT-Nnnn5/GT-Pnnn5/GT-Innn5/SM-NnnnF/SM-Tnn5/SM-GnnnF - 4G/LTE model

Release history[edit]

Date Model Alternative name and variations
2015
August Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+
Samsung Galaxy A8
June Samsung Galaxy S6 Active
  • SM–G890A
Samsung Galaxy J5
Samsung Galaxy J7
April Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
  • SM-G925
Samsung Galaxy S6
  • SM-G920
March Samsung Galaxy Xcover 3
February Samsung Galaxy J1
  • SM-J100H
Samsung Galaxy A7
  • SM-A700F
January Samsung Galaxy E7
  • SM-E700H
Samsung Z1
2014
December Samsung Galaxy A5
  • SM-A500F
Samsung Galaxy A3
  • SM-A300F
November Samsung Galaxy Note Edge
  • SM-N915G
October Samsung Galaxy Note 4
  • SM-N910G
Samsung Galaxy Young 2
  • SM-G130H
September Samsung Galaxy Alpha
  • SM-G850
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime
  • SM-G530H
Samsung Galaxy Core Prime
  • SM-G360BT
Samsung Galaxy Pocket 2
  • SM-G110B
Samsung Galaxy Mega 2[4]
  • SM-G7508
August Samsung Galaxy Ace 4
  • SM-G313F (LTE)
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 3
July Samsung Galaxy Core 2
Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini
  • SM-G800H
  • SM-G800F
June Samsung Galaxy Core
  • SM-G386F (LTE)
May Samsung Galaxy K Zoom
  • SM-C115
Samsung Galaxy Ace Style
  • SM-G310
April Samsung Galaxy S5[5]
  • SM-G900H
  • SM-G900F
  • SM-G900FD (dual-SIM/LTE)
  • SM-G900R4
  • SM-G900V
January Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo
  • SM-N7500 (3G Model/Samsung Exynos Chip/International)
  • SM-N7502 (dual-SIM)
  • SM-N7505 (4G/LTE Model/Qualcomm Snapdragon Chip/Selected Countries)
Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo (GT-I9060)
  • Samsung Galaxy Grand Lite[6]
2013
December Samsung Galaxy Win Pro (SM-G3812)
Samsung Galaxy J (SGH-N075)
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 (GT-S7582)
Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus (GT-S7580)
November Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 (SM-G7100)
  • SM-G7102 (dual-SIM)
October Samsung Galaxy Star Pro (GT-S7260)
  • GT-S7262 (dual-SIM)
Samsung Galaxy Express 2 (SM-G3815)
Samsung Galaxy Round (SM-G9105)
Samsung Galaxy Trend Lite (GT-S7390)
  • GT-S7392 (dual-SIM)
Samsung Galaxy Fame Lite (GT-S6790)
Samsung Galaxy Light (SGH-T399)
Samsung Galaxy Core Plus (SM-G3500)
  • SM-G3502 (dual-SIM)
September Samsung Galaxy Note 3
  • SM-N9000 (3G Model/Samsung Exynos Chip/International)
  • SM-N9002 (dual-SIM)
  • SM-N9005 (4G/LTE Model/Qualcomm Snapdragon Chip/Selected Countries)
Samsung Galaxy Gear
  • SM-V700
July Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini (GT-I9190)[7]
  • Galaxy S4 Mini (I9195, LTE)
  • Galaxy S4 Mini (I9192, dual-SIM)
June Samsung Galaxy S4 Active (GT-I9295)
Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom (SM-C1010)[8]
Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 (GT-S7270)[9]
  • GT-S7272 (dual-SIM)
  • GT-S7275 (LTE)[10]
Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo (GT-S5310)
  • GT-S5312 (dual-SIM)
May Samsung Galaxy Star (GT-S5280)
  • GT-S5282 (dual-SIM)
  • GT-S5283 (triple-SIM)
Samsung Galaxy Core (GT-S8262)
  • GT-i8262D
Samsung Galaxy Y Plus (GT-S5303)
Samsung Galaxy Win (GT-I8550)
  • Galaxy Grand Quattro (GT-I8552, dual-SIM)
April Samsung Galaxy Mega
  • GT-I9150 (5.8")
  • GT-I9152 (5.8", dual-SIM)
  • GT-I9200 (6.3")
  • GT-I9205 (6,3", LTE)
Samsung Galaxy Fame (GT-S6810)
  • GT-S6810P (NFC)
Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-I9500)
  • GT-I9505 (LTE)
  • GT-I9506 (LTE+)
March Samsung Galaxy Xcover 2 (GT-S7710)[11]
Samsung Galaxy Young (GT-S6310)
  • GT-S6312 (dual-SIM)
January Samsung Galaxy Grand (GT-I9080)
  • GT-I9082 (dual-SIM)
Samsung Galaxy S II Plus (GT-I9105)
Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus (GT-S5301)
2012
November Samsung Galaxy S III Mini (GT-I8190)[12]
October Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro (SGH-I547)
  • Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE (SGH-i547C, Canadian market)
Samsung Galaxy Express
  • SGH-I437
September Samsung Galaxy Rush
Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G
Samsung Galaxy Note II
Samsung Galaxy Reverb
Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE (SPH-L300)
Samsung Galaxy Pocket Duos (GT-S5302)
August Samsung Galaxy S Duos (GT-S7562)
  • Galaxy S Duos (GT-S7568, China Mobile TD-SCDMA)
  • Galaxy Trend (S7560M, single-SIM)
  • Galaxy Trend II Duos (GT-S7572, different camera, 1.2 GHz dual-core CPU, Chinese Market)
July Samsung Galaxy Stellar (SCH-I200)
May Samsung Galaxy Ch@t (GT-B5330)
Samsung Galaxy Appeal (SGH-I827)
Samsung Galaxy S III (GT-I9300)[13]
  • Galaxy S III (I9305, LTE)
April Samsung Galaxy S Advance[14]
  • Galaxy S II Lite[15]
Samsung Galaxy Rugby (GT-S5690M)[16]
March Samsung Galaxy Pocket (GT-S5300)[17]
Samsung Galaxy Rugby Smart (SGH-i847)[18]
February Samsung Galaxy Beam (i8530)[19]
Samsung Galaxy Y DUOS (GT-S6102)
Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 (GT-S6500)[20]
Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 (GT-I8160)[20]
  • Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 x (GT-S7560M)
January Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus (GT-S7500[L/T/W])[21]
Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos (GT-B5510)[22]
  • GT-B5512(B)
2011
November Samsung Galaxy Nexus (i9250)[23]
October Samsung Galaxy Note
Samsung Stratosphere[Note 1][24]
August Samsung Galaxy Xcover (S5690)
Samsung Galaxy Precedent[25]
Samsung Galaxy Y (GT-S5360)[Note 1][26]
Samsung Galaxy M [Note 1][26]
Samsung Galaxy W (I8150)[Note 1][26]
Samsung Galaxy R (I9103)[Note 1][28]
Samsung Galaxy S Plus (GT-i9001)[Note 1][29]
June Samsung Galaxy Z[30]
Samsung Exhibit 4G (SGH-T759)[31]
May Samsung Galaxy S II (GT-I9100)[32]
April Samsung Galaxy Neo[35]
Samsung Galaxy Pro[36]
Samsung Galaxy Prevail (SPH-M820)[37]
March Samsung Galaxy Mini (GT-S5570)[38]
Samsung Galaxy Gio (GT-S5660)[38]
February Samsung Galaxy SL (GT-I9003)[40]
Samsung Galaxy Fit (S5670)[38]
Samsung Galaxy Ace (GT-S5830, GT-S5830i)[41]
2010
October Samsung Galaxy 551[Note 1][43]
August Samsung Galaxy U[44]
Samsung Galaxy 5[45]
  • Samsung Galaxy Europa[46]
  • Samsung Galaxy 550[47]
July Samsung Galaxy 3
  • Samsung Galaxy Apollo[48]
June Samsung Galaxy S (GT-I9000)[49]
2009
November Samsung Galaxy Spica[55]
June Samsung Galaxy[56]
  • GT-I7500
Notes
  1. ^ a b c d e f g Eighteen of the table entries were mentioned in Dan Rowinski's "A Brief History of the (Samsung) Galaxy" article. The remaining six were already listed in this article prior to a revision.

Samsung phablets[edit]

Considered Devices of screen size 5.2 inches or more.

Samsung high-end smartphones[edit]

Tablets[edit]

"Samsung tablets" redirects here. For the Google branded tablet made by Samsung, see Nexus 10.

Samsung Galaxy Tab[edit]

Samsung Galaxy Tab S[edit]

Samsung Galaxy Note[edit]

Media players[edit]

Camera[edit]

Smart watches[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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