Samsung's smartphone policy seems to be to flood the market with as many different devices as possible. There is a whopping 24 Galaxy smartphones out there at the moment, and that's not counting the Sasmung smartphones with other OS' (non-Galaxy). So to keep you up-to-date with which Galaxy phones are the newest, here is our list of the latest Samsung Galaxy Smartphones. See all Smartphone reviews.
Latest Samsung Galaxy Smartphones
Here at PC Advisor we're not really the sort to just give you a list and be done with it. So where we can, we'll give you a little bit of insight on each device as well as a link to our review of the smartphone (if applicable). Take a look at Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Galaxy S3 Mini comparison review.
So let's not make any more small talk. Let's get stuck into it.
Latest Samsung Galaxy Smartphones (newest first)
Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini
The Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini is exactly what it sounds like - a mini version of the S3. It's still a great phone, but its specs are slightly less impressive than its big brother and it over all size is, of course, smaller.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2
Where the Galaxy S II and III were Samsung’s answer to the Apple iPhone, the Note II is a step in another direction for different users – those requiring something more like an old-school PDA, able to work with a stylus for reading handwriting input and for sketching. As a phone, it has the same kind of capabilities as the Galaxy S III, with slightly faster performance an added bonus to the increased screen size, at the expense of one-handed usability. Read our Samsung Galaxy Note II review.
Samsung Galaxy Beam
The Samsung Galaxy Beam is definitely one of the more interesting releases of 2012 so far. It's essentially an average, mid-range Android phone that boasts a built-in HD projector as its key feature. Read our Samsung Galaxy Beam preview.
Samsung Galaxy Mini 2
Samsung Galaxy Pocket
Samsung Galaxy S3
Subject to further testing, the Galaxy S3 has turned out to be an excellent smartphone. It offers a good design and build quality, despite our small niggles. Samsung has put together an impressive set of hardware resulting in silky smooth performance and extensive software features. Read our Samsung Galaxy S3 review.
Samsung Galaxy Ace 2
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 isn't designed to be a world-beater; it's a budget smartphone that does the modern basics well. So bearing that in mind you have to say the Galaxy Ace 2 is a very good phone, that doesn't come up too short in any area, and one that deserves some serious thought if you're in the market for a cheaper phone. Read our Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 review.
Samsung Galaxy S Advance
Samsung Galaxy xCover
Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus
Samsung Galaxy Y Pro
Samsung Galaxy Nexus
The Galaxy Nexus stands as the flagship of Android phones and the standard-bearer for Google’s new Ice Cream Sandwich OS, making it the must-have handset for followers of the platform. Yet in most respects the Galaxy Nexus is no better than the Samsung Galaxy SII.
Samsung Galaxy Note - £375
The Samsung Galaxy Note is Samsung's unique half smartphone and half tablet device. The hybrid handset boasts a 5.3-inch screen and some impressive specs to boot. Read our Samsung Galaxy Note review.
Samsung Galaxy W
Samsung Galaxy S Plus
Samsung Galaxy Y
With Skype text input and Navigon's turn-by-turn GPS application, the Samsung Galaxy Y appears to offer plenty of bang for your buck.
Samsung Galaxy Pro
The Samsung Galaxy Pro looks like a promising addition to Samsung's popular range of smartphones. Watch this space for a full hands-on review. Read our Samsung Galaxy Pro preview.
Samsung Galaxy S2
The Galaxy S II still holds its own very well against more recently released devices. While its price has fallen since its launch, Samsung’s handset is still an expensive option. Read our Samsung Galaxy S2 review.
Samsung Galaxy Gio
Samsung Galaxy Fit
Samsung Galaxy Ace
The Galaxy Ace is a mid-range Android smartphone that offers a slick user experience, but it's overpriced compared to its rivals.
Samsung Galaxy Mini
It's incredibly cheap at £101, but the Samsung Galaxy mini makes several compromises to achieve such a low price tag. Most noticeable is the horribly low-resolution screen, second is the paltry 3Mp camera with no flash or autofocus, and third is an underpowered processor. But for young teens or those simply looking for an affordable Google Android touchscreen handset, the mini could be ideal. Read our Samsung Galaxy mini GT-S5570 review.
Samsung Galaxy Europa
Samsung Galaxy S
The Samsung Galaxy S has now been upgraded twice, but it's still a reasonably specced phone that has a pretty forgiving price. Read our Samsung Galaxy S review.