A look at how Samsung's flagship smartphone series has progressed since its inception.
Samsung revealed the fourth model in its best-selling Galaxy S series on Thursday, arriving in the form of the S 4, which boasts features including eye-based scrolling, 13MP camera, and digital to physical photo conversions.
There wasn't always so much hype around the brand, however, as an infographic from Toptienmobiel.nl notes how the line has evolved over the years. The 2010-launched Galaxy S came with a 5MP camera and four-inch screen, while the S II sported an 8MP camera and 4.3-inch screen, with sales reaching 20m and 28m, respectively.
Meanwhile, the S III, which was launched in May 2012, has sold more than 50m units and features a 4.8-inch screen. With all of this in mind, the future looks bright for the five-inch S 4.
Check out the infographic below.