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The Galaxy S is a line of Premiere smartphones produced by Samsung. It's powerful hardware and innovate software have made it one of the most popular smartphone brands on the market. Tom's Hardware has the latest news and reviews for each of the phones in the Galaxy S line.

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Looking at Samsung's 2014 Galaxy phones side-by-side.

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Samsung's Galaxy S5 is finally available to buy, a month after it's unveiling.

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Galaxy S experts answer your questions

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We have the Galaxy S5 and are putting it through its paces. Here are some early results from our testing.

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Futuremark re-lists Galaxy S4 numbers in its benchmark database.

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Samsung's Android 4.4 update for the Galaxy S4 introduces aggressive CPU throttling.

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How do these two flagship phones stack up against each other?

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 features a biometric fingerprint reader on the home button, and here's how it works.

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Samsung's Galaxy S5 launch is just six weeks away.

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A new color for a new year.

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The Samsung Galaxy S4 is a smokin' phone

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Yet more rumors of Samsung's as-yet-unconfirmed Galaxy S5 smartphone.

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Rumors about the specs for Samsung's Galaxy S5 are heating up following the company's Analyst Day.

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The Android 4.3 update is rolling out around the world.

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Samsung's flagship Galaxy smartphone is having battery issues.

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The Galaxy Round may be even harder to get than we first thought.

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Ring, ring, ring, ring, ring, ring, ring, BANANAPHONE!

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It's all about the bling bling!

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Blue GS4 variant hits the United Kingdom.

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A water-resistant phone just in time for beach weather.

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Good things come in small packages.