A journey of Mobile Inovation

Driven by the simple but profound goal of creating meaningful innovation, Samsung has pushed the boundaries of mobile technology and set the standard for what a smartphone can and should be. Through the advancement of mobile technology, building innovative features and delivering creative solutions, the Galaxy series has helped millions of users achieve more along the way.

As the 10th anniversary of its flagship series took place, Samsung wants to reflect on how far they got on the path to mobile innovation. This is the perfect opportunity to look to the future and see what is projected for the next decade and share with people about how Samsung will continue to push the boundaries.

Establishing the foundations

Samsung has always pursued great ideas. Long before the first smartphone, Suwon engineers in South Korea were re-imagining every element of the mobile phone, launching trends that have shaped today’s mobile technology.

From the beginning they saw the potential to turn the mobile phone into a multifunctional device. So the launch of the phone with access to television in 1999 brought the entertainment in the palm of our hands, while the 10 megapixel camera built into the Samsung B600 gathered high quality photography and mobile phone.

Meanwhile, the desire to expand mobile capabilities led to creative solutions. Years before the “smartwatch” became a common term, Samsung’s innovative creators developed the phone watch in 1999 to improve people’s productivity on the go.

Improving the user experience was also a central aspect of the DNA of Samsung’s innovation in the early years. In 2002, Samsung launched the True Color Phone, thus presenting the active matrix LCD screen to the world, thus sowing the way for innovations in mobile display technology, the same that are currently synonymous with the Galaxy series.

The arrival of Samsung Galaxy

Lessons learned from the early years positioned Samsung as the industry leader in the early smartphone era. Guided by the value of open collaboration, the Korean manufacturer joined forces with Android to push the frontier of mobile technology, a movement that led to the birth of the Galaxy series.

The arrival of Samsung Galaxy

Lessons learned from the early years positioned Samsung as the industry leader in the early smartphone era. Guided by the value of open collaboration, the Korean manufacturer joined forces with Android to push the frontier of mobile technology, a movement that led to the birth of the Galaxy series.

In March 2010, Samsung released the first galaxy S. series device equipped with best-in-class technology, including a powerful GPU, a 4-inch Super AMOLED display and a 5-megapixel camera, the Galaxy S provided a mobile experience that enriches and simplifies everyday life. Building on Galaxy S’s achievements, the Galaxy SII and Galaxy SIII offered even more relevant benefits to users, consolidating Samsung as a pioneer in the smartphone industry.

Over the years, the Galaxy series continued to make new ground, improving and expanding the smartphone experience with each new device. The Edge screen curved the smartphone screen for the first time, creating an immersive display. On the other hand, the Infinity display placed the bezels on the edge of the phone, expanding the screen size without the need for a larger phone to create the best viewing experience without any interruption.

In 2011, the Galaxy Note established a completely new mobile category: the big-screen smartphone next to the S Pen. With increased screen features, users can multitask and create more. Along with the Note, the iconic S Pen debuted, offering us new ways to interact with the smartphone.

Along with hardware development, the Galaxy ecosystem has grown every step of the way to make connected life a reality. A number of features emerged that came to define the Galaxy: the emblematic features that users searched for on each new device: Samsung Knox, Samsung Pay and many other services and capabilities that became a Galaxy.

Shaping the next ten years

Samsung has established a legacy of innovation and set up the smartphone experience for millions of consumers worldwide. The giant seeks not to rest on his laurels so he has set his sights on the future of the Galaxy series, focusing on engineering his technologies and the advances that will continue to transform the mobile environment.

At the 2018 Samsung Developer Conference, the Infinity Flex Display was introduced, marking the beginning of the era of folding smartphones. It also unveiled its new ONE UI interface, which simplifies and streamlines the user experience and gives consumers a more natural way to use their phones.

Samsung is not only changing the appearance of smartphones. It’s also changing the way they connect. It is also working to make way for the next generation of 5G connectivity. It should be noted that they have more 5G patents than any other company and was the first company to receive FCC approval for their 5G network equipment.

Its technology brought 5G networks to South Korea and, in partnership with U.S. operators, brought the first wave of 5G to South Korea. In addition, the company is committed to placing this technology in the hands of consumers with a smartphone in the first half of 2019.

By introducing Samsung the Galaxy to the world, this historic innovation opened up a universe of possibilities for consumers and marked the beginning of pioneering and innovative technologies that continue to empower us to do what was thought could not be done. The next chapter of smartphone history will begin soon, and there’s only one thing you can say with certainty: Samsung will continue to develop significant advances designed to help you do more than you love.

 

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