Mar 27th, 2015 publishUpdated   Mar 28th, 2015, 8:08 pm

Samsung Galaxy S evolution

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It’s hard to believe that original Samsung Galaxy S was announced all the way back in March of 2010 without an LED flash or even 1080p video recording. Since then, the device has slowly evolved every year, eventually reaching the 6th iteration, the premium Samsung Galaxy S6 we see today.

The folks at GadgetLove are at it again, compiling every Galaxy S6 iteration into a single, mighty morphing GIF. Mesmerizing, isn’t it? While Samsung has largely kept to the same “Galaxy S” design language throughout the years, sometimes it’s easy to forget how far we’ve come since 2010. One thing the GIF doesn’t show? How Samsung ditched the removable battery and SD card slot in the Galaxy S6.

Check out our original Samsung Galaxy S review right here. Anyone out there own every Galaxy iteration?

[Interactive version: GADGETLOVE]