To this day, Samsung remains the leading smartphone manufacturer in the world according to the latest statistics. The flagship devices of the Galaxy S series from the company remain one of the most premium offerings in the industry. However, it’s been many years since we’ve seen any truly groundbreaking changes to the Galaxy S series design lineup.
The Samsung Galaxy S series would no longer have physical buttons in the future
Now, it seems that the South Korean giant is planning to take a leap of faith in this regard and attract potential new customers from the Apple side. According to recent reports, Samsung is looking to remove a feature that has always been present on phones since the beginning of their existence.
Getting started with the Samsung Galaxy S25
According to the latest report, Galaxy S series phones could come without any physical buttons In the not too distant future. The report claims that the first Samsung Galaxy S smartphone without any physical buttons could arrive as early as 2025. The above means that the Galaxy S25 series could be the first to apply this.
It remains to be seen how the company plans to implement all the classic functionalities that are associated with the volume control keys and the power button. There should also be an option to forcefully shut down or restart the phone if needed. If Samsung plans to remove physical buttons, it must have thought through all the usage scenarios and possible solutions.
In the recent past, Apple removed the ‘Escape’ key from the keyboard when it introduced the Touch Bar on its laptops. However, the company eventually relented after a huge backlash against the decision, and reintroduced the physical button.
HTC also tried to do something similar, but the company didn’t do away with physical buttons entirely. For the HTC U12+, the buttons on the device weren’t mechanical buttons, but the performance wasn’t great at all and was even one of the worst things about the phone.
Specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
|163.3 x 77.9 x 8.9mm
1,440 x 3,088 pixels
120Hz + HDR10
|Internal memory||128GB/256GB/512GB/1TB UFS 3.1|
– 108MP (main, OIS)
– 10MP periscopic (10x optical zoom)
– 10MP telephoto (3x optical zoom)
– 12MP wide angle (120˚)
|Software||Android 12 (OneUI 4.1)|
|Drums||5,000mAh + 45W|
|connectivity||4G + 5G
Sylus S Pen
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