Samsung Galaxy Phones
The Samsung Galaxy series is arguably the best-known line of phones after Apple's iPhones. That said, it encompasses more than just phones, with tablets, watches, earbuds and laptops all falling under the South Korean firm's Galaxy brand.
As far as smartphones go, the series is currently helmed by the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone series and the Samsung Galaxy Z foldable series, the company's most premium models.
Samsung's Galaxy phones run a gamut of price ranges, with the Galaxy A series firmly in budget territory, while the Galaxy S23 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold 4 are as expensive as phones get.
Samsung usually refreshes its phones multiple times a year. The A-Series line will see multiple launches throughout the year as Samsung tries to hit multiple price points. On the flip side, the flagship lines, the Galaxy S and Z series, get a single annual refresh. The S series is typically the first and ends up being updated in the first few months of the year, normally around the Mobile World Congress in February or March. The Z series typically gets updated in August.
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