Samsung is one of the few OEMs that have embraced the transition to 5G early on and have already pushed numerous 5G-enabled devices to the market at a time when the technology was reaching only a limited number of customers. At present Samsung offers numerous 5G devices in various categories, and as to remind customers of how many 5G options they have, the tech giant recently listed its entire 5G portfolio in an infographic (seen below).
You may have forgotten exactly how many 5G-enabled devices Samsung has been selling since 2019, but the company gives customers a 5G option in nearly every device category and price point. Samsung’s 5G journey began with the Galaxy S10 5G last year, and although subsequent flagships like the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy Note 20 series have all been 5G-enabled, Samsung also released no fewer than four 5G mid-range phones.
Samsung has so far created nineteen 5G device models
The Galaxy A90 was the first 5G phone from Samsung that wasn’t a Galaxy S or Note model. It was released one year ago and it was followed to the market by the Galaxy A51 5G and the Galaxy A71 5G. More recently, as in earlier this week, Samsung took the veil off the Galaxy A42 5G as its most budget-friendly 5G solution yet.
Of course, 5G is not limited to Samsung’s ‘candy bar’ smartphones. Its entire foldable series has a 5G option and the company’s flagship tablets also made the jump to 5G with the Galaxy Tab S6. The new Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ both have 5G options, and Samsung has just announced the Galaxy Book Flex 5G for customers who may be looking for a 5G notebook.
Check the infographic below for a closer look at Samsung’s entire 5G portfolio and feel free to let us know in the comment section if you happen to own any of these devices.