Samsung Galaxy

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Samsung Galaxy
Samsung Galaxy wordmark.svg
Galaxy Note.jpg
Top: Original logo used until the release of the S6
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.


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


Letter Meaning Class Model numbers
K Kapture Digital consumer and prosumer camera combined with smartphone SM-C115
Note Phablet and Tablets with S Pen High-end devices GT-N7nnn (Old), SM-N9nnn/SM-N7nnn (New) (Phablets) SM-Pnnn (Tablets)
S Supersmart High-end devices GT-I9nnn (nnOld), 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), SM-A800F (A8)
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)


Word Meaning Model number
Gio GT-I1000
Spica GT-I5700
Star SM-I345H
Trend SM-I345H
Pocket Neo Pocket watch combined with smartphone SM-G362H

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 Name Model Number(s)
August Samsung Galaxy Trend 2 Lite
Samsung Galaxy V Plus
  • SM-G318H
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+
Samsung Galaxy A8
Samsung Galaxy Note 5
June Samsung Galaxy S6 Active
  • SM–G890A
Samsung Galaxy J5
Samsung Galaxy J7
  • SM-J700F
  • SM-J700H
April Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
  • SM-G925
Samsung Galaxy S6
  • SM-G920
Samsung Galaxy Xcover 3
February Samsung Galaxy A7
  • SM-A700F
Samsung Galaxy E7
  • SM-E700H
Samsung Galaxy J1
  • SM-J100H
January Samsung Z1
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 II
  • SM-G355H
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]
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)
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[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)
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]
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]
November Samsung Galaxy Spica[55]
June Samsung Galaxy[56]
  • GT-I7500
  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 Galaxy S smartphones[edit]

Samsung Galaxy A smartphones[edit]

Samsung Galaxy E smartphones[edit]

Samsung Galaxy J smartphones[edit]

Samsung Galaxy Note smartphones[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]



See also[edit]


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  3. ^ (German) Samsungs Smartphone-Klassifizierung
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  6. ^ Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo also known as Samsung Galaxy Grand Lite in
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