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From Mobile World Congress 2016, take a walk down memory lane with some of Samsung's greatest mobile hits.
The SH-100 was Samsung's very first mobile phone. It's as old as I am, so not that old.
Before mobile devices were smart, they just were. The SPH-WP10 was a rare glimpse of the future. The hybrid combined the convenience of a digital watch and mobile phone. It wasn't very successful.
Samsung's first MP3-playing phone, the SPH-M2500, had 32MB of storage and came with a remote control. How cute. These days 8GB is considered the bare minimum.
The SCH-M220 was Samsung's first cell phone with TV broadcasting. It would seem sadistic to watch TV on this thing today, but back in 1999 it was one of the only options.
Samsung was the first to release a phone with a camera on it. That means Samsung is basically to blame for the selfie, Kim Kardashian and social networking.
Samsung added a screen that rotates onto the body of a flip phone and called it the SGH-V500. It looks really awkward.
The Samsung SCH-A790 didn't have a speakerphone, but you could take it with to over 100 countries. Sometimes you had to compromise.
We've seen this one before inside of a Korean museum.
The Samsung SCH-B100 was the company's first satellite TV phone.
Samsung considered the Samsung Galaxy S a success after it sold more than 10 million units worldwide.
Who needs a PDA if you have a smartphone? Stylus fans, that's who.
The Samsung Galaxy Note fulfilled this niche need, boasting a supersized screen and the S-Pen stylus.
Samsung was early to jump on smartwatches. The Galaxy Gear had some potential, as evident in the Galaxy Gear S2.
Not one to be afraid of bold design choices, Samsung released the curvaceous Galaxy S6 Edge last year. The newest model, the Galaxy S7 Edge, is even bigger and better.
Take a look at everything else Samsung announced at Mobile World Congress in less than three minutes. Or just read about it.
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