If Apple was more like Samsung by JP Mangalindan @FortuneMagazine January 9, 2013, 6:41 PM EST E-mail Tweet Facebook Google Plus Linkedin Share icons FORTUNE — Samsung reported some pretty spectacular earnings earlier this week, driven in part by the success of handsets like the Galaxy S II. A recent New York Times report suggests the company moved 215 million smartphones last year. Apple AAPL , with 135 million, sold significantly less. There’s a reason for that. While Apple released one new iPhone last year, Samsung let loose a whopping 37 different phone variations . (For those keeping score, HTC released 18, Nokia introduced nine, and LG launched 24.) Certainly good hardware design played a role in Samsung’s healthy sales. But it also didn’t hurt that the company flooded the market. MORE: 19 incredible Apple secrets revealed in court Which begs the question: What would a world with 37 new and different iPhone models look like? Something like this: iPhone Ativ Illiad I930 iPhone Universe Grand iPhone Star Deluxe Duos iPhone Universe Axiom iPhone Universe Stratosphere iPhone Universe Discover iPhone Universe Premier iPhone Universe S III mini iPhone Universe Victory 4G iPhone Universe Pocket Duos iPhone Universe Note II iPhone Universe S Lightray 4G iPhone Universe S Duos iPhone Matrix iPhone Universe S III iPhone Universe S III T999 iPhone Universe Chat iPhone Extrene III iPhone Universe Appeal iPhone Precept M iPhone Solar 3 iPhone Universe S Blaze 4G iPhone Universe S Advance iPhone Universe Y Pro Duos iPhone Spike iPhone Chimera iPhone Bottlerocket iPhone ShowOff II 4G iPhone Stratosphere iPhone Universe Nexus iPhone Universe S II iPhone Spellbind iPhone Flipabout Ultra iPhone Mind Flash iPhone Mind S iPhone Captivate Glide iPhone TripleTime Feel free to chime in with your own suggestions below.