The mega South Korean conglomerate Samsung has their hands in just about everything. While that might be hyperbole, it’s not very far off the mark. Among the many things Samsung produces and offers to the world is a strong line of consumer electronics. Highlighting Samsung Electronics’ products is their Galaxy lineup of smartphones, tablets, and phablets.
The very first in their now popular series of mobile devices the Samsung GT-I75000 Galaxy which was released in June 2009, was the device tech enthusiasts were waiting for to match with the potential of Android. The hardware combined with the operating system quickly became an extremely strong force in the mobile world. Now, the Samsung Galaxy series is a rival of Apple and its iPhone, with many Galaxy fans as fiercely loyal as Apple enthusiasts notoriously are, despite some former fiery controversy.
Through several years and several devices, the Samsung Galaxy has become a powerhouse of mobile devices. Continually striving to provide the ultimate mobile experience, Samsung focuses heavily innovating new features as well as improving on the now standard/classic features. Among many of these innovations and improvements is the creation of the phablet category of devices with the Samsung Galaxy Note series. Samsung Galaxy phones are available from all the major US carriers, as well as most MVNOs.