A South Korean company Samsung is one of the world’s largest producers of electronic devices. Samsung specializes in producing a wide variety of consumer and industry electronics, including appliances, digital media devices, semiconductors, memory chips, and integrated systems.

Samsung was founded as a grocery trading store on March 1, 1938, by Lee Byung-Chull. After the Korean War, Lee expanded his business into textiles and opened the largest woolen mill in Korea. During that period, his business benefited from the Korean government’s new policies, whose aim was to help expand the business financing. During the 1970s, the companygrew its textile-manufacturing processes to cover the full line of production.

Samsung first entered the electronics industry in 1969 with several electronics-focused divisions—their first products were black-and-white televisions. During the 1970s, the company began to export home electronics products overseas.

The late 1970s and the early ’80s witnessed the rapid expansion of Samsung’s technology businesses. Separate semiconductor and electronics branches were established, and in 1978 an aerospace division was created. Samsung Data Systems (now Samsung SDS) was established in 1985 to serve businesses’ growing need for systems development. That helped Samsung quickly become a leader in information technology services.

In the 1990s, Samsung continued its expansion into the global electronics markets. Despite its success, those years also brought about corporate scandals that afflicted the company, including multiple bribery cases and patent-infringement suits.

The invention of Samsung Galaxy Smartphones

The 2000s witnessed the creation of Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone series, which quickly not only became the company’s most-praised product but also frequently topped annual lists of the best-selling smartphones in the world. Since 2006, the company has been the top-selling global manufacturer of televisions. In 2010, the Galaxy series expanded to table computers with the introduction of the Galaxy Tab.

First Smartphone:

Introduced for the very first time on a smartphone with Galaxy S in 2010, Samsung super AMOLED display brought about the popularization of AMOLED displays and, ultimately, led to the era of large-screen smartphones. The Dynamic AMOLED Display of the Galaxy S10 line has recently taken the display experience to the next level.

First Galaxy Note:

The first Galaxy Note 2011 was launched with an embedded S Pen stylus, stepping up mobile productivity for users. As of 2018, the Galaxy Note 9 S Pen with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) support makes the stylus more versatile than ever before.

Samsung Knox:

First implemented on the Galaxy Note 3 in 2013, Samsung’s leading mobile phone repairs solution Samsung Knox provides a secure environment for data and apps across all Galaxy devices, from smartphones to tablets to wearables.

Biometric Smartphones:

The Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 were the first Galaxy smartphones equipped with a fingerprint scanner located in the display’s home button in 2014. More recent models have introduced a wider range of biometric authentication, such as iris and facial scanners, enhancing usability and security.

Water & Dust Resistance:

The Galaxy s5 was the first Galaxy smartphone to achieve an international standard rating of IP67 in 2014 thanks to its innovative water and dust-resistance technology. This feat was enhanced withthe release of Galaxy S7, which has a rating of Ip68-the highest possible certification.

Wireless Charging Phones:

The Galaxy S6 2015 was the first Samsung phone to feature wireless charging fiction, ushering in a new era where users could power their phone simply by putting it down on a charging pad. Nowadays, the Galaxy S10 comes with Wireless power share technology that offers wireless charging, which can even charge device accessories. Like wearables, wirelessly.

Mobile Payment Smartphones:

Samsung Pay was first introduced with the Galaxy S6 in 2015. Both (NFC) and (MST) are supported for mobile payment services, making Samsung pay a widely available and functionally seamless mobile payment platform.

Galaxy Note Edge:

Galaxy Note Edge, which introduced the world’s first curved display for improved grip and increased screen real estate, the GalaxyS8 2017 saw the infinity display’s introduction, which features a bezel-less design a fully immersive viewing experience.

Bixby Phones:

Samsung first introduced its intelligent interface Bixby with the Galaxy S8 in 2017. Bixby is continuously evolving to become an intuitive Al platform that can bring convenience, utility, and simplicity to its daily lives.

Pro-Grade Camera Phones:

The Galaxy S9 2018 was the first smartphone a feature a Dual Aperture camera, a pioneering camera innovation that performs well in low light conditions. Further developments in Galaxy camera technology now allow Galaxy S10 users to enjoy a wider field of view with the Ultra Wide lens and capture professional-grade photos and videos.