A look back at Samsung’s iconic Galaxy S line

Posted:  March 29, 2017   By:    6 comments   

Legacies aren’t built overnight. It takes time, effort and the ability to take a step back to really see what’s working or what isn’t. You can see this in all great legacies in life.

In the smartphone world, however, few demonstrate this better than Samsung’s Galaxy S line. We take a look at what Samsung has done over the past 7 years to build this incredible legacy for themselves.

Now the biggest question on everyone’s mind is “What’s next?”. Well, that would be the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. The thing I’m most looking forward to is their take on the big screen in a small phone idea by switching up the aspect ratio to 18:9 instead of 16:9.

We first saw this on LG’s G6, but that phone still had bezels running along the side of it. And if Samsung’s marketing material is to be believed, the new S8 won’t — at least not in a way that you’d notice.

What about you guys? What’s the thing you’re most excited to see on the Galaxy S8? Let me know in the comments below!

Also, let me know which was your favourite Galaxy S device!

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6 Comments for A look back at Samsung’s iconic Galaxy S line


I liked the S2 the most… nicely sized, 8mp camera and 16gb storage… it was more than enough for those days.
unfortunately, in those days i wasn't earning enough to splurge on phones. was still using my old BB and Nokia XM 5630 (iirc)…


i used to have Galaxy s3, then the Galaxy Note 4, and now Galaxy s7 edge

the improvements across these devices has been great and very significant


I am still using Samsung Galaxy Note II. Yeah, I am the real MVP.


Own the 1st S, then S2, after that S5 and the current using one was S7 🙂


I own the 1st S current using Note 4


I started with an S2 then upgraded to s3 and then note 3. Now using s7 edge. All of them still in use except for the S2.