From Galaxy S to Galaxy S21, here's a timeline of Samsung's flagship Android phones in pictures

It all started in 2010, which showed us what Samsung and Android was going to look like. (image credit: Samsung)
Embracing widgets, the Galaxy S II looked less like an iPhone. (image credit: Samsung)
It felt like an evolution in design, softer, more curved, with a higher resolution display. (image credit: Samsung)
In 2013 the roman numerals were gone, the bezel reduced, and it moved to a full HD screen. (image credit: Samsung)
The Galaxy S5 was known for the rear cover, which had the texture of a sticking plaster. (image credit: Samsung)
A moment of change came in 2015, with the S6 offered alongside the S6 edge which had curved edges. (image credit: Samsung)
Curved edges arrived and changed the smartphone landscape in 2015. (image credit: Samsung)
Moving to a 12-megapixel camera in 2016, the S7 also introduced Samsung Pay. (image credit: Samsung)
It was all about those curves on the Galaxy S7 edge and a feeling that Samsung's displays were unrivalled. (image credit: Samsung)
The Galaxy S8 introduced the Infinity Display, reducing the bezels and ditching buttons - while also coming in a plus model. (image credit: Samsung)
The Galaxy S9 in 2017 put a dual camera on the larger plus version, starting a new direction for Samsung again. (image credit: Samsung)
The S10 came in four models, including 5G, and introduced an under display fingerprint scanner. (image credit: Samsung)
The Galaxy S20 came with a punch hole camera with almost no bezel at all. (image credit: Samsung)
A new category and it's all about the camera with 100x zoom and a 108MP camera. (image credit: Samsung)
Offering all the power of the S20 models in a cheaper package, the S20 FE was a top phone of 2020. (image credit: Samsung)
The S21 adopted some of the S20 FE's wins for a cheaper normal offering, letting the S21 Ultra shine. (image credit: Samsung)
The Galaxy S21 Ultra offers excellent camera performance in a premium body. (image credit: Samsung)

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