Two-day Giveaway - Win great prizes

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We partnered with Samsung to promote its new Galaxy S10. You can win a Google Home Mini and an Amazon Fire TV stick. To enter:
  • Click on the Samsung 10 banner shown on the top of this forum
  • Tell us what you find interesting about the Galaxy history.
  • One entry per member
The giveaway will end on Wednesday 20 February and standard competition rules apply.
 

Asgard85

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We took our powerful mobile cameras one step further by introducing Low Light mode so that you could take perfect pics, any time of the day or night.
 

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The Galaxy S7 definitely took over where the S6 left off. The design was refined and performance improved with some serious hardware that allowed you to do so much more, from taking photos in low light, to IP68 water- and dust-resistance that let you take your Galaxy S7 with you, everywhere!
 

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Galaxy S7

Use your phone with confidence; in the rain, on the beach, by the pool. There are no limits.
 

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One year later, meet the Galaxy S2. A smartphone powerhouse with an 8-megapixel camera in the back, a 2-megapixel camera in the front. Still one of the thinnest phones on the market (
 

ghoti

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Galaxy S
An operating system designed by Google - That’s got to be good right? How right they were.
 
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Love this line about the OS on the Galaxy S (the original)

"An operating system designed by Google - That’s got to be good right? How right they were."
 

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the Galaxy S2. A smartphone powerhouse with an 8-megapixel camera in the back, a 2-megapixel camera in the front.



I had one of these.
 

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Use your phone with confidence; in the rain, on the beach, by the pool. There are no limits.
 

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With the S5, you could put those bowls of rice away as we solve your water damage problems by simply making your smartphone water resistant.
 

Pufferfish94

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The Galaxy S7 definitely took over where the S6 left off. The design was refined and performance improved with some serious hardware that allowed you to do so much more, from taking photos in low light, to IP68 water- and dust-resistance that let you take your Galaxy S7 with you, everywhere!
 

BrendanMc

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Re-think what a phone can do
The Galaxy S7 definitely took over where the S6 left off. The design was refined and performance improved with some serious hardware that allowed you to do so much more, from taking photos in low light, to IP68 water- and dust-resistance that let you take your Galaxy S7 with you, everywhere!
 

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Crystal clear pics equal larger image files and therefore longer transfer times… Unless you have a Galaxy S3. Introducing S-Beam – massive files transferred in a matter of seconds.
 
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