We’ve made it through the majority of 2017’s major flagship releases now, with Samsung, LG, HTC, Sony, Huawei, OnePlus, and many others all unveiling their latest and greatest.
Have things improved or declined since Android’s heyday?
Love or hate Samsung’s products, the company has been the biggest driving force behind turning Android into a competitor to Apple’s iOS, and the Galaxy brand remains popular across the world.
This included WiFi and Bluetooth toggles in the pulldown menu, a horizontal scrolling app menu, and even a daily briefing widget offering up news and weather.
Samsung’s UI certainly looks different now, and has evolved to include a range of additional features, from customizable Edge Display content to its Bixby hub page and virtual assistant.
Unfortunately, the limited 4 megapixel resolution didn’t win over the critics and the handset suffered from a notoriously split opinion over it’s camera quality.