The day has finally arrived: the Galaxy S22 series will be unveiled in just a few hours, and Samsung decided it would be appropriate to take a journey down memory lane.
The Samsung Newsroom compiled a top-ten list of the Galaxy line’s best notable hardware and software accomplishment over the past decade.
The first Android smartphone with an AMOLED display, the Samsung Galaxy S, was released in 2010. Samsung kept improving its screens, which improved in size, pixels, and refresh rate over time.
Including its 5.3-inch AMOLED display and built-in S Pen pen, the first Galaxy Note is yet another barrier-breaker. The original S Pen had 256 levels of pressure and was a game changer in terms of productivity and drawing.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to come with a built-in S Pen, so stay tuned to our webpage after the big event for all the details.
Samsung Knox, which launched with the Galaxy Note 3 in 2013, is Samsung’s proprietary mobile security and management architecture that protects Galaxy devices from dangerous malware and illegal access while also encrypting user data.
The Galaxy S5 was the first IP-rated Galaxy phone, with IP-67 dust and water protection, ensuring that accidental accidents in liquids would not leave your smartphone useless.
Since then, Samsung has upgraded its Galaxy S-series flagships to IP-68 protection, and we’ve even seen IP-rated midrangers in the Galaxy-A series range.
Other notable innovations include Samsung Pay, the Dual Pixel sensor on the Galaxy S7 series, One UI, and the foldable Galaxy Z series.
The entire top-ten list may be seen at the source link below.