The South Korean phonemaker, which launched its first U.S. phone in 1996 with Sprint, has produced a variety of handsets over the years, including some cutting-edge models. Here's a sampling of its devices.
2007: Armani Phone
Samsung’s response to LG’s Prada phone came with an Armani-branded cleaning cloth and pouch.
The dual-hinge form factor featured a traditional keypad when opened vertically and a full QWERTY option when opened in landscape mode.
2011: Galaxy S II
Powered by Google’s operating system, the slim device was called the “best Android smartphone” on the market.