We're at the eve of the announcement of Samsung's 11th generation Galaxy S - the Galaxy S20. This is a very important product launch for Samsung as it's the first Galaxy S phone in the new decade (hence the jump from 10 to 20) and a phone that will be faced with a slowing market that's nonetheless full of capable competitors.
Not to mention that the new Galaxy S trio will carry Samsung's banner into battle until the Galaxy Note arrives in the fall.
So let's put the big Galaxy S line in perspective with this infographic courtesy of gadgetsdeck. It goes through the Galaxy S from June of 2010 all the way through to the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra that will take the stage on February 11.
It's a neatly laid out list of the Galaxy S phones through the years along with their key specs and advancements.
We've done our own walkthrough of the Galaxy S lineup leading up to the Galaxy S9 - part 1 and 2 - which we'll update in time to add the newer members. Meanwhile feel free to hit the comments sections with your favorite moments of the Galaxy S history.
when 3.5mm jack worked fine in the last 10 generations. why made such a change and cause trouble to serious earphone users. Samsung had insisted to keep a extended memory card slot (or a sim tray) because of users actual need. why not the 3.5MM ...
A bezel still better than a punchhole/notch, you can rest your thumb on the bezel, but the punchole/notch has eat up the space so you can only grip on it side frame, that's insane when you always grip like this.
which will be copied by xperia soon