Samsung Galaxy

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Samsung Galaxy
Samsung Galaxy logo.svg
ManufacturerSamsung Electronics
TypeSmartphone, Tablet, Phablet, Smartwatch
Release date29 June 2009; 12 years ago (2009-06-29)
Units sold2 billion (as of February 2019)[1]
Operating systemAndroid
Windows 10 (Galaxy TabPro S & Galaxy Book)
Tizen (Galaxy Watch)
System on a chipSamsung Exynos
Qualcomm Snapdragon
MediaTek
Intel Core (for Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S)
Spreadtrum
NovaThor
Marvell
Nvidia Tegra
Broadcom
InputTouch screen, stylus, keyboard
Logo until 2015

Samsung Galaxy (Korean삼성 갤럭시, stylised as SΛMSUNG Galaxy since 2015,[2] previously stylised as Samsung GALAXY; abbreviated as SG) is a series of computing and mobile computing devices that are designed, manufactured and marketed by Samsung Electronics. The product line includes the Samsung Galaxy S series of high-end smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy Tab series of tablets, the Samsung Galaxy Note series of tablets and phablets with the added functionality of a stylus, the foldable Samsung Galaxy Z series, and smartwatches including the first version of the Samsung Galaxy Gear, with later versions dropping the Galaxy branding, until the release of the Samsung Galaxy Watch in 2018.

Samsung Galaxy devices use the Android operating system produced by Google, with a custom user interface called One UI (with previous versions being known as Samsung Experience and TouchWiz). However, the Galaxy TabPro S is the first Galaxy-branded Windows 10 device that was announced in CES 2016. The Galaxy Watch is the first Galaxy-branded smartwatch since the release of later iterations of the Gear smartwatch from 2014 to 2017. In April 2019, the company announced that it would postpone the release of its folding smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Fold, days after several early reviewers said the screens on their devices had broken;[3] the Fold was rereleased in September 2019.[4]

In 2020 Samsung added the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2-in-1 laptop running Chrome OS to the Galaxy branding lineup.[5] The follow-on Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 was released in 2021.[6]

Definitions[edit]

Categories[edit]

Smartphones[edit]

The flagship Galaxy smartphones are the Galaxy S and the phablet Galaxy Note series. The Galaxy Z series are foldable smartphones. The Galaxy A series, Galaxy M series and Galaxy F series are mid-range. Other lines like the C, J, and W are discontinued.

Model numbers[edit]

Since September 2013, model numbers of devices in the Samsung Galaxy series are in the "SM-XXXX" format (excluding the Galaxy J SC-02F & SGH-N075T). Previously, from 2009 until September 2013, the model numbers were in the "GT-XXXX" format.

  • SM-Nnn0 – mainstream Note model (New type of model number)
  • SM-Tnn0/1/5/6 – mainstream Tab model (New type of model number)
  • SM-Pnn0/5 - mainstream Tab with S Pen Stylus 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
  • SM-Wnnn – Windows model (i.e., Galaxy Book)
  • SM-Gnnn - S series model
  • SM-Fnnn – Z series model, F series model
  • SM-Ennn – F series model
  • SM-Annn – A series model
  • SM-Mnnn – M series model

Devices[edit]

Phones[edit]

Samsung Galaxy S Series[edit]

The Galaxy S series is a line of high-end smartphones that has co-existed with the Galaxy Note line as being Samsung's flagship smartphones. The latest models are the Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra, released in January 2021.

Samsung Galaxy Note Series[edit]

Samsung smartphones (front)
Samsung smartphones (rear)

The Galaxy Note smartphones have been considered the first commercially successful examples of "phablets". The Note line is primarily oriented towards pen computing; all Galaxy Note models ship with a stylus pen and incorporate a pressure-sensitive Wacom digitizer. The Note line was effectively superseded by the S Ultra line.

Samsung Galaxy Z Series[edit]

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G

The Galaxy Z series is a line of high-end, foldable smartphones. The line started in 2019 with the Samsung Galaxy Fold. The latest phones from this series are the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 and the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, both released in 2021.

Samsung Galaxy A (Alpha) Series[edit]

The Galaxy A series (meaning Alpha) is a line of mid-range Android smartphones manufactured by Samsung Electronics. The Galaxy A series is similar to the high-end Galaxy S series, but with lower specifications and features.

Samsung Galaxy M (Millennial) Series[edit]

The Galaxy M series is a line of online-exclusive, low-end phones; considered as the successor to the Galaxy J and Galaxy On series.

Discontinued lines[edit]

Samsung released multiple series of smartphones, often overlapping with each other. Most of these series were dropped.

  • The Galaxy Core/Grand series is a line of mid-range devices released between 2013 and 2015. The line was replaced by the J series.
  • The Galaxy J series (Joy or Junior) series was a line of mid-range phones, replaced by the Galaxy A series in 2019.[7][8][9]
  • The Galaxy Mega series was last updated in 2014 with the Samsung Galaxy Mega 2.The line's successor is the Galaxy M series.
  • The Galaxy On series is a line of online-exclusive phones. The series was replaced by the Galaxy M series.[10]
  • The Galaxy Mini series was last updated in 2012 with the Samsung Galaxy Mini 2.
  • The Galaxy Trend series was last updated in 2013 with the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus.
  • The Galaxy Ace series was last updated in 2014 with the Samsung Galaxy Ace 4.
  • The Galaxy R Series was last updated in 2012 with the Samsung Galaxy R Style
  • The Galaxy Young Series is a low-end line. It was last updated in 2014 with the Samsung Galaxy Young 2.
  • The Galaxy Pocket series was last updated in 2014 with the Samsung Galaxy Pocket 2.
  • The Galaxy C series was a line of mid-range devices for specific markets. The latest device released under this line is the Samsung Galaxy C8

Other phones[edit]

Tablets[edit]

Samsung Galaxy Tab Series[edit]

The Samsung Galaxy Tab series is a line of Android-powered tablets. There are two sub-categories currently under this series:

  • The Galaxy Tab S is a line of high-end tablets, with a focus on productivity and pen computing. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+[11] are the latest devices, released on 5 August 2020. The Galaxy Tab S7 has been set at EUR 799 for the 6GB + 128GB storage model,, while the 8GB RAM + 256GB storage variant carries a price tag of EUR 879. The Galaxy Tab S7+ also has 5G models that start at EUR 1,099 for the 6GB RAM + 128GB storage variant on the other hand, the 8GB RAM + 256GB storage is priced at EUR 1,179
  • The Galaxy Tab A is a line of mid-range to low-end tablets.

Wearables[edit]

Smartwatches[edit]

Samsung Galaxy Watch

Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy Gear, a smartwatch running Android 4.3, on 4 September 2013. The Galaxy Gear was Samsung's only smartwatch to feature "Galaxy" branding; later Samsung smartwatches use the Samsung Gear branding. The Gear series was later succeeded by the Samsung Galaxy Watch series.

In a software update on May 2014, Samsung replaced the operating system of the Galaxy Gear from Android to Tizen .[citation needed] Samsung's OneUI, which is running on newer Samsung Galaxy devices released after 2019, is available to Samsung Galaxy Watch on 20 May 2019.[12][13]

Activity trackers[edit]

Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy Fit, an activity tracker positioned below the Galaxy Watch line. The first iteration was released on 2019.[14] Samsung later announced the Galaxy Fit 2, which is a follow up of their first tracker from 2019.

Wireless earbuds[edit]

Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy Buds on 20 February 2019. The Galaxy Buds is the new replacement to the Samsung Gear IconX.[15][better source needed]

Name Launch date Colors Speakers Microphones Battery life (w/ case) Wireless Charging
Samsung Galaxy Buds[15][16] 2019-03-08 White, Yellow and black 1-Way Dynamic 1 Outer + 1 Inner 6hr (13hr) Yes
Samsung Galaxy Buds+[16] 2020-08-05 White, Blue, Red, Deep Blue, Pink and black. 2-Way Dynamic (Woofer + Tweeter) 2 Outer + 1 Inner 11hr (22hr) Yes - Qi Certified
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live[17][18] 2020-08-17 Mystic White, Mystic Bronze and Mystic black. 12mm 2 outer, 1 inner, and a voice pickup unit 5.5-8hr (Up to 28hr) Yes - Qi Certified
Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro[17] 2021-01-14 Phantom Black, Phantom Silver, and Phantom Violet 2-way 11mm, 6.5mm tweeter 2 outer, 1 inner, and a voice pickup unit 5-8hr

(Up to 28hr)

Yes - Qi Certified

Laptops[edit]

In 2020 Samsung released the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2-in-1 laptop running Chrome OS.[5] In 2021 the followup Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 was released.[6] These laptops are based on Chrome OS rather than Android.

Other[edit]

Media player[edit]

Cameras[edit]

Projectors[edit]

Release history[edit]

Date Model name Model number(s)
2021
November Samsung Galaxy A13 5G
  • SM-A136
September Samsung Galaxy F42 5G
  • SM-E426
Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
  • SM-M526
Samsung Galaxy M22
  • SM-M225
August Samsung Galaxy M32 5G
  • SM-M326
Samsung Galaxy A03s
  • SM-A037
Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
  • SM-A528
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G
  • SM-F926B
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G
  • SM-F711B
July Samsung Galaxy F22
  • SM-E225
June Samsung Galaxy M32
  • SM-M325
Samsung Galaxy A22 5G
  • SM-A226
Samsung Galaxy A22
  • SM-A225
May Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE
  • SM-T730
  • SM-T736B
Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
  • SM-T220
  • SM-T225
Samsung Galaxy F52 5G
  • SM-E526
April Samsung Galaxy M42 5G
  • SM-M426
Samsung Galaxy F02s
  • SM-E025
Samsung Galaxy F12
  • SM-F127
March Samsung Galaxy A72
  • SM-A725
Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
  • SM-A526
Samsung Galaxy A52
  • SM-A525
Samsung Galaxy A32
  • SM-A325
Samsung Galaxy M62
  • SM-M625
February Samsung Galaxy F62
  • SM-E625
Samsung Galaxy M12
  • SM-M127
Samsung Galaxy M02
  • SM-M022
January Samsung Galaxy A02
  • SM-A022
Samsung Galaxy S21
  • SM-G991
Samsung Galaxy S21+
  • SM-G996
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
  • SM-G998
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
  • SM-A326
Samsung Galaxy M02s
  • SM-M025
2020
November Samsung Galaxy A02s
  • SM-A025
Samsung Galaxy A12
  • SM-A125
Samsung Galaxy M21s
  • SM-M217
Samsung Galaxy A42 5G
  • SM-A426
October Samsung Galaxy F41
  • SM-F415
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE
  • SM-G780 (LTE), SM-G781 (5G)
September Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G
  • SM-F916B
Samsung Galaxy M51
  • SM-M515
August Samsung Galaxy Note 20
  • SM-N980 (LTE), SM-N981 (5G)
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
  • SM-N985 (LTE), SM-N986 (5G)
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G
  • SM-F707
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7
  • SM-T870, SM-T875, SM-T876B
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+
  • SM-T970, SM-T976B
Samsung Galaxy M31s
  • SM-M317
July Samsung Galaxy A01 Core
  • SM-A013
Samsung Galaxy M01s
  • SM-M017
June Samsung Galaxy M01
  • SM-M015
May Samsung Galaxy A21s
  • SM-A217
April
Samsung Galaxy A71 5G
  • SM-A716F
Samsung Galaxy A51 5G
  • SM-A516F
Samsung Galaxy A21
  • SM-A215
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
  • SM-P610N, SM-P615
March Samsung Galaxy S20
  • SM-G980 (LTE), SM-G981 (5G)
Samsung Galaxy S20+
  • SM-G985 (LTE), SM-G986 (5G)
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
  • SM-G988
Samsung Galaxy M11
  • SM-M115
Samsung Galaxy A31
  • SM-A315
Samsung Galaxy A41
  • SM-A415
Samsung Galaxy M21
  • SM-M215
Samsung Galaxy A11
  • SM-A115
February Samsung Galaxy M31
  • SM-M315
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
  • SM-F700
January Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G
  • SM-T866N
Samsung Galaxy Xcover Pro
  • SM-G715F
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  • SM-N770F
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
  • SM-G770F
2019
December Samsung Galaxy A01
  • SM-A015
Samsung Galaxy A71
  • SM-A715
Samsung Galaxy A51
  • SM-A515
October Samsung Galaxy M30s
  • SM-M307
Samsung Galaxy A20s
  • SM-A207
September Samsung Galaxy M10s
  • SM-M107
Samsung Galaxy A70s
  • SM-A707
Samsung Galaxy A50s
  • SM-A507
Samsung Galaxy A30s
  • SM-A307
Samsung Galaxy A90 5G
  • SM-A908
Samsung Galaxy Fold
  • SM-F900 (LTE), SM-F907 (5G)
August Samsung Galaxy A10s
  • SM-A107
Samsung Galaxy A10e
  • SM-A102
Samsung Galaxy Note 10
  • SM-N970 (LTE); SM-N971 (5G)
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
  • SM-N975F (LTE); SM-N976 (5G)
June Samsung Galaxy M40
  • SM-M405
April Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
  • SM-G977
Samsung Galaxy View 2
  • SM-T920 (Wi-Fi); SM-T927 (EMEA); SM-T927A (AT&T)
Samsung Galaxy A60
  • SM-A606
Samsung Galaxy A80
  • SM-A805
Samsung Galaxy A70
  • SM-A705
Samsung Galaxy A40
  • SM-A405
Samsung Galaxy A20
  • SM-A205
Samsung Galaxy A20e
  • SM-A202
Samsung Galaxy A2 Core
  • SM-A260
March Samsung Galaxy S10+
  • SM-G975
Samsung Galaxy S10
  • SM-G973
Samsung Galaxy S10e
  • SM-G970
Samsung Galaxy A50
  • SM-A505
Samsung Galaxy A30
  • SM-A305
Samsung Galaxy A10
  • SM-A105
February Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e
  • SM-T720 (Wi-FI); SM-T725 (LTE)
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)
  • SM-T510 (Wi-FI); SM-T515 (LTE)
Samsung Galaxy M30
  • SM-M305
January Samsung Galaxy M10
  • SM-M105
Samsung Galaxy M20
  • SM-M205
2018
December Samsung Galaxy A8s
  • SM-G887
November Samsung Galaxy A6s
  • SM-G6200
October Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018)
  • SM-A920
September Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018)
  • SM-A750
Samsung Galaxy J4+
  • SM-J415
Samsung Galaxy J6+
  • SM-J610
August Samsung Galaxy Note 9
  • SM-N960
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 (2018)
  • SM-T590 (Wi-Fi); SM-T595 (LTE)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S4
  • SM-T830 (Wi-Fi); SM-T835 (LTE)
Samsung Galaxy Watch
July Samsung Galaxy J8 (2018)
  • SM-J800
Samsung Galaxy On6
  • SM-J600G (India)
June Samsung Galaxy A8 Star[19]
  • SM-G8850
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2018)
  • SM-J737
May Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018)
  • SM-A600
Samsung Galaxy A6+ (2018)
  • SM-A605
Samsung Galaxy J4 (2018)
  • SM-J400
Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018)
  • SM-J600
April Samsung Galaxy J3 Duo
  • SM-J720
March Samsung Galaxy J4 Prime 2
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2018)
  • SM-G611
February Samsung Galaxy S9
  • SM-G960
Samsung Galaxy S9+
  • SM-G965
January Samsung Galaxy J4 Pro (2018)
  • SM-J250
Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018)[20]
  • SM-A530
Samsung Galaxy A5+ (2018)
  • SM-A730
2017
October Samsung Galaxy J4 (2017)
  • SM-J200G (India and Indonesia)
Samsung Galaxy Tab Active
September Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2017)
  • SM-T380 (Wi-Fi)
    SM-T385 (4G/LTE)
Samsung Galaxy C8 / C7 (2017)
Samsung Galaxy J7+
  • SM-C710 (J7+/C7 2017)
    SM-C8000 (C8)
August Samsung Galaxy Note 8
  • SM-N950
Samsung Galaxy S8 Active
  • SM-G892
July Samsung Galaxy Note Fan Edition (FE)
  • SM-N935
June Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017)
  • SM-J727 (US version), SM-J730x (Global version)
Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017)
  • SM-J530 (Global version), SM-J530Y (Pro version with 32GB Storage)
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017)
  • SM-J327 (US version), SM-J330x (Global version)
Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro (2017)
  • SM-J730 (for South East Asia & India)
Samsung Galaxy J7 Max
  • SM-G615
April Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4
  • SM-G390
March Samsung Galaxy S8
  • SM-G950
Samsung Galaxy S8+
  • SM-G955
Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro
  • SM-C5010
February Samsung Galaxy Tab S3
  • SM-T820 (Wi-Fi)
  • SM-T825 (3G/LTE)
January Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017)
  • SM-A720
Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017)
  • SM-A520
Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017)
  • SM-A320
Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro
  • SM-C7010
2016
November Samsung Galaxy J1 mini Prime/Galaxy V2 (Indonesia)
  • SM-J106F (LTE)
Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime
  • SM-G532F (Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan)
  • SM-G532M (Colombia, Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Panama, Ecuador, Chile, Australia, New Zealand)
  • SM-G532G (Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan)
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro
  • SM-C900F
September Samsung Galaxy A8 (2016)
  • SM-A810
Samsung Galaxy On5 (2016)
  • SM-G570
Samsung Galaxy On5 (2016)
  • SM-G610
Samsung Galaxy On7 (2016)
  • SM-J710 (India)
Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime
  • SM-G610F (India)
  • SM-G610M (Argentina, Colombia, Panama, Mexico, Brazil)
August Samsung Galaxy Note 7
  • SM-N930
July Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime
  • SM-G570F (India)
  • SM-G570M (Argentina, Colombia, Panama, Mexico, Brazil)
June Samsung Galaxy S7 Active
  • SM-G891A
Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro
  • SM-J310F
May Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016)
  • SM-T585
Samsung Galaxy C5
  • SM-C5000
Samsung Galaxy C7
  • SM-C7000
April Samsung Galaxy J5 (2016)
  • SM-J5109
  • SM-J510F
  • SM-J510FN
  • SM-J510H
  • SM-J510G
  • SM-J510MN
  • SM-J510Y
  • SM-J5108
  • SM-J510K
  • SM-J510L
  • SM-J510S
  • SM-J510UN
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016)
  • SM-J7109
  • SM-J710F
  • SM-J710FN
  • SM-J710H
  • SM-J710MN
  • SM-J710FQ
  • SM-J710K
  • SM-J710K
  • SM-J710GN
March Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016)
  • SM-J3109x
  • SM-J320F
  • SM-J320G
  • SM-J320P
  • SM-J320M
Samsung Galaxy Tab A6
  • SM-T280 (Wi-Fi)
  • SM-T285 (LTE/Wi-Fi)
Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro (2016)
  • SM-A9100 (China)
  • SM-A910F (South East Asia)
February Samsung Galaxy J1 Mini
  • SM-J105B
  • SM-J105DS (Dual-SIM)
  • SM-J105F (4G LTE Indonesia Only)
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
  • SM-G935F (International)
  • SM-G935FD "Dual-SIM" (Europe, India, Southeast Asia)
  • SM-G9350 (China, Hong Kong)
  • SM-G935A (AT&T US)
  • SM-G935V (Verizon US)
  • SM-G935U (Unlocked US)
  • SM-G935S (SKT Korea)
  • SM-G935K (KT Telecom Korea)
  • SM-G935W8 (Rogers/Bell Canada)
  • SC-02H (Japan NTT DocoMo)
Samsung Galaxy S7
  • SM-G930F (International)
  • SM-G930FD "Dual-SIM" (Europe, India, Southeast Asia)
  • SM-G9300 (China, Hong Kong)
  • SM-G930A (AT&T US)
  • SM-G930V (Verizon US)
  • SM-G930AZ (Cricket US)
  • SM-G930S (SKT Korea)
  • SM-G930K (KT Telecom Korea)
  • SM-G930W8 (Canada)
January Samsung Galaxy J1 (2016)
  • SM-J120F
  • SM-J120M
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S
Samsung Galaxy A9 (2016)
  • SM-A9000
2015
December Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016)
  • SM-A7100, SM-A710F, SM-A710FD, SM-A710M, SM-A710Y
Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016)
  • SM-A5100, SM-A510F, SM-A510FD, SM-A510M, SM-A510Y
Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016)
  • SM-A310F, SM-A310M
November Samsung Galaxy View SM-T670
Samsung Galaxy On3
October Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace
Samsung Galaxy Active Neo
  • SC-01H
Samsung Galaxy On2
Samsung Z3
September Samsung Galaxy J2
  • SM-J200F (UAE, Turkey)
  • SM-J200Y (New Zealand, Taiwan)
  • SM-J200G (India, Indonesia)
  • SM-J200H (South Africa, Kazakhstan)
  • SM-J200M (Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil)
August Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+
  • SM-G928A
  • SM-G928AZ
  • SM-G928D
  • SM-G928F
  • SM-G928FD
  • SM-G928I
  • SM-G928K
  • SM-G928L
  • SM-G928P
  • SM-G928PZ
  • SM-G928R4
  • SM-G928R7
  • SM-G928S
  • SM-G928T
  • SM-G928T1
  • SM-G928TR
  • SM-G928V
  • SM-G9280
  • SM-G9288
  • SM-G9289
Samsung Galaxy A8
  • SM-A8000, SM-A800F, SM-A800I, SM-A800S, SM-A800Y
Samsung Galaxy Note 5
  • SM-N9200, SM-N920C, SM-N920T, SM-N920A, SM-N920I, SM-N9208
Galaxy S5 Neo
  • SM-G903F, SM-G903W
July Samsung Galaxy Trend 2 Lite
  • SM-G318H
Samsung Galaxy V Plus
June Samsung Galaxy S6 Active
  • SM-G890A
Samsung Galaxy J5
  • SM-J500F (India)
  • SM-J500H (Russia)
  • SM-J500M (Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Chile)
  • SM-J500G (Philippines, Thailand)
Samsung Galaxy J7
  • SM-J700F (India)
  • SM-J700H (Russia)
  • SM-J700M (Colombia, Argentina, Chile)
  • SM-J700T (T-Mobile Prepaid USA)
  • SM-J700P (Sprint, Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile USA)
April Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
  • SM-G925A
  • SM-G925AZ
  • SM-G925F
  • SM-G925I
  • SM-G925K
  • SM-G925L
  • SM-G925P
  • SM-G925PZ
  • SM-G925R4
  • SM-G925R7
  • SM-G925S
  • SM-G925T
  • SM-G925T1
  • SM-G925TR
  • SM-G925V
  • SM-G9250
  • SM-G9258
  • SM-G9259
Samsung Galaxy S6

Samsung Galaxy Gear 2

  • SM-G920A
  • SM-G920AZ
  • SM-G920D
  • SM-G920F
  • SM-G920FD
  • SM-G920I
  • SM-G920K
  • SM-G920L
  • SM-G920P
  • SM-G920PZ
  • SM-G920R4
  • SM-G920R7
  • SM-G920S
  • SM-G920T
  • SM-G920T1
  • SM-G920TR
  • SM-G920V
  • SM-G9200
  • SM-G9208
  • SM-G9209
Samsung Galaxy Xcover 3
February Samsung Galaxy J1
  • SM-J100H
  • SM-J100F
Samsung Galaxy E5
  • SM-E500H (3G)
  • SM-E500F (4G LTE)
Samsung Galaxy A7
  • SM-A700F
  • SM-A700FD
  • SM-A700FQ
  • SM-A700H
  • SM-A700K
  • SM-A700L
  • SM-A700M
  • SM-A700S
  • SM-A700X
  • SM-A700YD
  • SM-A700YZ
  • SM-A7000
  • SM-A7009
  • SM-A7009W
Samsung Galaxy E7
  • SM-E700H
January Samsung Z1
2014
December Samsung Galaxy A5 (2015)
  • SM-A500F
  • SM-A500F1
  • SM-A500FQ
  • SM-A500FU
  • SM-A500G
  • SM-A500H
  • SM-A500HQ
  • SM-A500K
  • SM-A500L
  • SM-A500M
  • SM-A500S
  • SM-A500X
  • SM-A500XZ
  • SM-A500Y
  • SM-A500YZ
  • SM-A5000
  • SM-A5009
Samsung Galaxy A3 (2015)
  • SM-A300F
  • SM-A300FU
  • SM-A300G
  • SM-A300H
  • SM-A300HQ
  • SM-A300M
  • SM-A300X
  • SM-A300XU
  • SM-A300XZ
  • SM-A300Y
  • SM-A300YZ
  • SM-A3000
  • SM-A3009
November Samsung Galaxy Core Prime
  • SM-G360BT
  • SM-G360H
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge
  • SM-N915G
  • SM-N9150
October Samsung Galaxy Note 4
  • SM-N910G
Samsung Galaxy Young 2
  • SM-G130H
September Samsung Galaxy Alpha
  • SM-G850F
  • SM-G850FQ
  • SM-G850K
  • SM-G850L
  • SM-G850M
  • SM-G850S
  • SM-G850W
  • SM-G850Y
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime
  • SM-G530BT
  • SM-G530F
  • SM-G530FQ
  • SM-G530FZ
  • SM-G530H
  • SM-G530M
  • SM-G530MU
  • SM-G530P
  • SM-G530R4
  • SM-G530R7
  • SM-G530T
  • SM-G530W
  • SM-G530Y
  • SM-G5306W
  • SM-G5308W
  • SM-G5309W
Samsung Galaxy Core Prime
  • SM-G360BT
Samsung Galaxy Pocket 2
  • SM-G110B
Samsung Galaxy Mega 2
  • SM-G750F
August Samsung Galaxy Star 2 Plus
  • SM-G350E (LTE)
Samsung Galaxy Ace 4
  • SM-G313F (LTE)
Samsung Galaxy S Duos 3
July Samsung Galaxy Core 2
  • SM-G355H
Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini
  • GT-S5500
  • GT-S5430
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5
  • SM-T800 (WiFi)
  • SM-T805 (3G, 4G/LTE & WiFi)
  • SM-T807 (3G, 4G/LTE & WiFi)
  • SM-T807P (Sprint CDMA)
  • SM-T807V (Verizon CDMA)
June Samsung Galaxy Core
  • SM-G386F (LTE)
May Samsung Galaxy K Zoom
  • SM-C115
Samsung Galaxy Ace Style
  • SM-G310
April Samsung Galaxy S5
  • SM-G900
  • SM-G900FD (dual-SIM/LTE)
Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo
  • GT-I9300I, GT-I9301I, GT-I9303I
March Samsung Galaxy Win 2
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/international)
Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo (GT-I9060)
Samsung Galaxy Grand Lite
2013
December Samsung Galaxy Win Pro (SM-G3812)
Samsung Galaxy J (SGH-N075T)
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 J (SC-02F)
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/international)
Samsung Galaxy Gear
  • SM-V700
July Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini (GT-I9190)[21]
  • Galaxy S4 Mini (I9195, LTE)
  • Galaxy S4 Mini (I9192, dual-SIM)
June Samsung Galaxy S4 Active (GT-I9295)
Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom (SM-C1010)[22]
Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 (GT-S7270)[23]
  • GT-S7272 (dual-SIM)
  • GT-S7275 (LTE)[24]
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)[25]
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 Discover (SGH-S730M)
  • Samsung Galaxy Discover TracFone (SGH-S730G, SCH-S735C, SCH-R740C)
  • Samsung Galaxy Centura (SCH-S738C)
Samsung Galaxy S III Mini (GT-I8190)[26]
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
  • GT-N7100 (3G model/Iinernational)
  • GT-N7102 (dual-SIM)
  • GT-N7105 (4G/LTE model/international)
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)[27]
  • Galaxy S III (GT-I9305, LTE)
April Samsung Galaxy S Advance[28]
  • Galaxy S II Lite[29]
Samsung Galaxy Rugby (GT-S5690M)[30]
March Samsung Galaxy Pocket (GT-S5300)[31]
Samsung Galaxy Rugby Smart (SGH-i847)[32]
February Samsung Galaxy Beam i8520[33]
Samsung Galaxy Y DUOS (GT-S6102)
Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 (GT-S6500)[34]
Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 (GT-I8160)[34]
  • Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 x (GT-S7560M)
January Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus (GT-S7500[L/T/W])[35]
Samsung Galaxy Y Pro DUOS (GT-B5510)[36]

[37]

  • GT-B5512(B)
2011
November Samsung Galaxy Nexus (i9250)[38]
October Samsung Galaxy Note
Samsung Stratosphere[39]
August Samsung Galaxy Xcover (S5690)
Samsung Galaxy Precedent[40]
Samsung Galaxy Y (GT-S5360)[39][41]
Samsung Galaxy M[39][41]
Samsung Galaxy W (I8150)[39][41]
Samsung Galaxy R (I9103)[39][43]
Samsung Galaxy S Plus (GT-i9001)[39][44]
June Samsung Galaxy Z[45]
Samsung Exhibit 4G (SGH-T759)[46]
May Samsung Galaxy S II (GT-I9100)[47]
April Samsung Galaxy Neo[50]
Samsung Galaxy Pro[51]
Samsung Galaxy Prevail (SPH-M820)[52]
March Samsung Galaxy Mini (GT-S5570)[53]
Samsung Galaxy Gio (GT-S5660)[53]
February Samsung Galaxy SL (GT-I9003)[55]
Samsung Galaxy Fit (GT-S5670)[53]
Samsung Galaxy Ace (GT-S5830, GT-S5830i)[56]
2010
October Samsung Galaxy 551[39][58]
August Samsung Galaxy U[59]
Samsung Galaxy 5[60]
July Samsung Galaxy 3
  • Samsung Galaxy Apollo[63]
June Samsung Galaxy S (GT-I9000)[64]
2009
November Samsung Galaxy Spica[70]
June Samsung Galaxy[71]
  • GT-I7500

"Over the Horizon"[edit]

"Over the Horizon" is the trademark sound for Samsung smartphone devices, first introduced in 2011 on the Galaxy S II. It was composed by Joong-sam Yun and appears as music in the music library of most Samsung phones released since 2011. Prior to 2011, "Beyond Samsung" served as Samsung's trademark music track, while "Samsung Tune" was used as the default ringtone. The sound appears as the default ringtone, as well as the sound when the phone turns on or off (a snippet is used), and as a notification sound. While the basic composition of the six-note tune has not changed since its inception, various versions of different genres have been introduced as the product line evolved.

While the first two versions were created in-house at Samsung, later versions were outsourced to external musicians. These include symphonic arrangements by Jamie Christopherson in 2013 and 2015, a jazz fusion arrangement by Swedish band Dirty Loops in 2016, a crossover by Grammy winner Jacob Collier in 2017, an orchestral arrangement by Icelandic composer Pétur Jónsson in 2018, a classical crossover by Academy Award winning composer Steven Price in 2019 performed by London Philharmonic Orchestra, a nature inspired version in 2020 and an all-piano composition by Korean pianist Yiruma in 2021.[72] The sound has been covered by various popular artists who have released their own arrangements and remixes of the song, such as Quincy Jones, Icona Pop, Yiruma, BTS's Suga and various K-Pop artists.

In Samsung's U.S. registration of the trademark for the sound, it is described as "the sound of a bell playing a B4 dotted eighth note, a B4 sixteenth note, an F#5 sixteenth note, a B5 sixteenth note, an A#5 eighth note, and an F#5 half note."[73]

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