Samsung's latest phones are currently available to pre-order. The brand-new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 were announced at yesterday's (Wednesday 26th July) Galaxy Unpacked event. But these aren't the only new smartphones on the Samsung Galaxy roster. There's also the new members of the S series: the S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra. Plus, the A34 and A54, too.


Samsung's collection of mid-range phones starts at under £140 with the Galaxy A02, while the most expensive Samsung is the 1TB version of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5, which comes in at a whopping £2,049. Truly, there's an option for almost any budget.

As a rule, these new Samsung phones have impressed us. Our experts have tested several of the new handsets, and it's safe to say Samsung has created some of the very best Android phones on the market right now.

While it’s great there is more choice than ever, keeping a track of which handsets are still on sale in the UK and at what price can be trickier than you may expect. So, we've done the legwork for you, and collated a list of every single Galaxy smartphone available right now.

To help you find the right Samsung smartphone for you, we've also included release date information, key features and specs, as well as the all-important price to ensure every budget is catered for.

5G support is also included with most handsets on this list, along with solid displays, performance, software updates and camera set-ups. For more on the latest Samsung products, read our Samsung Galaxy A34 and A54 release date page and Samsung Galaxy Book3 release date page. Or, take a look at our pick of the best Samsung offers from UK retailers right now.

At this year's Galaxy Unpacked event, the following was announced: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 release date, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 release date, Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 release date, and Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 release date.

Plus, here are the best Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 deals and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 deals you can find right now.

Samsung Galaxy phones at a glance: newest to oldest

Full Samsung Galaxy phones list with prices: newest to oldest

Samsung likes to spread out its smartphone launches throughout the year. Here are all the major Samsung Galaxy phones currently available, with the newest models first.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5, July 2023 | £1,049

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5

The brand-new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 was announced at yesterday's (Wednesday 26th July) Galaxy Unpacked event. The flip-phone is perfect for people who want to make a statement with their smartphone — the 1990s are totally back in fashion after all — and its cover screen is a compact 3.4-inches, making it the perfect pocket size.

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The compact cover screen comes in at 3.4-inches, and you can do a whole host of things on it without the need to open your phone, such as answer calls and check the weather. Plus, the cover screen can be easily customised with GIFs, photos, and videos, to truly show off your personality.

But it's not just the exterior that impressed the team, the device also has fantastic internals and functionality, as well as some improvements to the camera and main display.

Read more about this smartphone in our Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 release date page.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 July 2023 | £1,749

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 release date UK

The all-new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 is available in multiple unique colourways that are sure to grab people's attention, such as Icy Blue, Cream and Phantom Black, and it's available to pre-order from today (Wednesday 26th July) at various UK retailers.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 bridges the gap between a smartphone and a tablet. When it's open, the brilliant display is great for reading e-books, using the S Pen on the GoodNotes app, and streaming your favourite series and movies.

Plus, some of the stand-outs of the brand-new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 include the enhanced battery life and cooling properties, which have been improved since the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4. As well as interactive short form viewing in social media, a disappearing camera display, and the brightest screen yet on a Z series smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy A34, March 2023 | £349

Samsung A34 phone

The newest, and most reasonably priced, addition to the Samsung A series, the Samsung Galaxy A34 is available to pre-order now with prices starting at £349.

Coming in Graphite, Violet, Lime, and Silver, this smartphone has over two days of battery life and can reach full charge in under 90 minutes. Compared to the previous members of the A series, it also has a brighter screen (at 1,000 nits) and a new 'eye-caring' display to prevent the damaging effects of the phone's blue light.

The camera is also improved with new light boosting technology to bring out the light in photos and produce much crisper images.

Samsung Galaxy A54, March 2023 | £449

A54 Phone

The Samsung Galaxy A54 has a smaller screen than the A34 (6.4 inches compared to 6.6) and also comes in white. It's prices are a little higher, starting at £449, which is due to features such as the phone's 50MP camera and 8GB of RAM.

At the moment, if you pre-order either the Samsung Galaxy A34 or A54 before Tuesday 25th April, you can get a free pair of the Galaxy Buds 2. This same offer is also available at UK retailers and networks Currys, EE and Amazon.

Samsung Galaxy S23, February 2023 | £849

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Part of Samsung's new S23 Series, the Samsung Galaxy S23 is the most affordable smartphone from the trio, coming in at £849.

It has a 6.1-inch display and comes in four different colourways: Phantom Black, Cream, Green, and Lavender. Plus, all of the colours are sourced from plants as part of Samsung’s eco-conscious initiative, which has also seen the manufacturer endeavour to prevent 15 tons of fishing nets from entering the ocean this year. The S23 Series includes 12 recycled internal and external components, too - a 100 per cent increase on the S22’s six recycled internal components.

Samsung Galaxy S23+, February 2023 | £1,049

samsung galaxy s23 plus

Also new to the S series is the 6.6-inch display Samsung S23+. When we got hands-on with the S23 Series, one feature particularly stood out to us: the camera. The 200MP back-facing camera is high-quality enough to print out photos and create canvases, and the 12MP front-facing camera has super HDR. The brand new adaptive pixel sensor and double OIS camera improves taking photos in the dark, too, as it is more stable in comparison to the S22.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, February 2023 | £1,249

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If you're a gamer, you'll love the brand new Samsung Galaxy S23 Series. With the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, the S23 smartphones process graphics faster than the S22. The new battery life — 5,000mAh for the S23 Ultra — also allows for more gaming time. The S23 Ultra automatically adjusts and enhances the colour and light when you’re gaming in different lights, too.

And there's even more: the Ultra even comes with the S Pen to take photos, write notes and more.

Looking for a saving on Samsung devices? Take a look at the top Samsung offers for this month, and the best Samsung QLED TV deals.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, August 2022 | £1,649

Netflix on Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4

Available to buy now, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 is Samsung's newest foldable phone.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 is packed full of features including a 6.2-inch cover screen, which unfolds to reveal a 7.6-inch main screen. It's also IPX8 water resistant and is S-Pen compatible, all of which come at the high starting price of £1,649.

We've had hands-on time with the Fold 4 and were impressed with its sleek, slimmed down format. You can check out our thoughts over on our full Samsung Galaxy Fold 4 page.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4, August 2022 | £999

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 was revealed in August 2022. It's an eye-catching new foldable that comes in a pleasingly pocketable size.

Available to buy now, the Z Flip 4 is Samsung's latest flip phone model powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ processor, and with a more durable Gorilla Glass Victus display.

We've had some hands-on testing time with the Samsung Galaxy Flip 4 and thoroughly enjoyed its wide variety of camera settings and functions, as well as its sleeker, slimmer, yet more durable form-factor.

Samsung Galaxy A53, April 2022 | £399

Galaxy A53 5G

The Samsung Galaxy A53 is the latest mid-range smartphone that comes with 5G, priced from £399 in the UK. We reckon it's the best sub-£400 on the market for most people right now, with a great range of features and a good value proposition.

To get the lowdown, be sure to check out our full Samsung Galaxy A53 review.

Samsung Galaxy A33, April 2022 | £329

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The Galaxy A33 5G, with a 6.4-inch display and quad camera set-up, is an even more affordable handset in the Galaxy series, priced from £329 in the UK.

It's very similar to the A53 5G with a few more small compromises made to allow for that lower price-point.

Samsung Galaxy S22+, March 2022 | £999

S22 Plus

The Galaxy S22+ is very similar in design to the standard S22 model, but the main visual difference is that it increases the display size from 6.1-inch to 6.6-inch.

For a full breakdown of how it performs, here's our Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus review.

Samsung Galaxy S22, March 2022 | £769

S22 - base model

The Galaxy S22 is the standard model in the company's 2022 line-up. Visually it looks similar to last year's S21 device, but comes with a slightly smaller display and a newer processor, while the main camera lens has been bumped from 12MP to 50MP.

Read our full Samsung Galaxy S22 hands-on preview.

Galaxy S22 Ultra, February 2022 | £1,149

S22 Ultra - back

The Galaxy S22 Ultra is Samsung's flagship device for 2022, with a 6.8-inch AMOLED display, up to 120Hz refresh rate, a premium quad-camera set-up and a built-in S Pen. In our review, we called it "one of the best Android phones you can buy today".

Read our full Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra review.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, January 2022 | £699

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE

The Galaxy S21 Fan Edition (FE) boasts a great 6.4-inch display, 120Hz refresh rate and 32 MP front-facing camera. It’s essentially a more affordable version of the flagship Galaxy S21.

Read our full Samsung Galaxy S21 FE review.

Galaxy Z Fold3 5G, August 2021 | £1,599

Galaxy Fold3

The hulking third-generation Z Fold phone is pricey, but premium with a highly unique foldable frame. It’s 29% brighter compared to the previous model and has a 120Hz refresh rate alongside S Pen functionality. You don't buy this if you’re on a budget but you do if you want a unique smartphone experience that stands out in a crowd.

Read our hands-on Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G review.

Galaxy Z Flip3, August 2021 | £899

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 camera

The Z Flip3 is a clamshell foldable that’s slightly more portable than the Z Fold3, but still fairly expensive with a price tag of just under £900. The cover screen, which lets you see notifications without opening the handset, was made four times larger than its predecessor from 2020, and it comes in a broad selection of colour choices including Cream, Lavender, Green, Phantom Black, Grey, White and Light Pink.

Read our hands-on Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 review.

Samsung Galaxy A22 5G, June 2021 | £209

Samsung Galaxy A22 5G
Samsung Galaxy A22 5G

The Samsung Galaxy A22 5G features a 6.6-inch display, a triple-camera set-up and 15W fast charging capabilities. It's a great option if you're looking for that Samsung Galaxy experience without having to pay out the usual flagship price tag.

Samsung Galaxy A52 5G, March 2021 | £215

Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
Samsung Galaxy A52 5G

The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G is part of the brand's affordable A-series. Despite its fairly cheap RRP, the Galaxy A52 5G has some pretty high-spec features, including a quad-camera set-up, a 120Hz refresh rate for smooth scrolling and an IP67 rating for dust and water-resistant. It is another brilliant option if you're looking for some of the newest specs and a great camera but don't want to splash the cash.

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G, February 2021 | £419

Samsung Galaxy A32

Featuring 5G support, a 6.5-inch display, and fast charging, the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G is a good smartphone for those looking for a cheaper 5G handset. The design is sleek and simple, with the same four colour options available with the A72.

Samsung Galaxy A02s, February 2021 | £132

Samsung A02s

Released in February 2021, the Samsung Galaxy A02s is one of the cheapest handsets available from the brand. For £139, you get a 6.5-inch display, Dolby Atmos-enhanced sound and a triple-lens camera. As found with the A32 5G, the Galaxy A02s also has fast charging.

Samsung Galaxy S21 5G, January 2021 | £649

Samsung Galaxy S21

The Samsung Galaxy S21 range was the first to be released by the brand in 2021. The standard Galaxy S21 5G features a 6.2-inch AMOLED display with a quick refresh rate of 120 Hz. Available in three colours, black, silver and violet, the S21 is a sleek-looking phone.

Samsung Galaxy A12, January 2021 | £193

Samsung Galaxy A12

If you're looking for a large display without the price tag, you might want to consider the A12. Featuring a 6.5-inch display, the A12 more than delivers. Other key features include a quad-lens camera, fast charging and face recognition.

Samsung Galaxy A42 5G, November 2020 | £199.99

Samsung A42

Another massive display. With a 6.6-inch display, 5G support and fast charging, the Samsung Galaxy A42 is punching above its price. The rear four-camera set-up includes a 48MP main camera that shoots in 4K and is complemented with a 20MP front selfie camera.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, September 2020 | £670.72

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 currently holds the title as the brand's most expensive device. Part of the movement to bring foldable phones back into fashion, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 can fold out to be tablet size at 7.6 inches. Powered by the Snapdragon 865+ processor, the handset has 5G support and allows users to open three apps simultaneously and move content from one screen to another.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G, August 2020 | £399.99

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G

The last couple of years have seen the revival of the flip phone. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G is the second flip phone to be released by Samsung and includes 5G support, an internal and external display, plus a hinge that allows for hands-free video calls.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus 5G, March 2020 | £289

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus

The S20 range may no longer be the newest S series, but you shouldn't bypass them completely. The Galaxy S20 Plus 5G features a 6.7-inch display, a micro-SD slot and a 30X zoom.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, March 2020 | £489.44

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

As the premium offering from the S20 series, the Galaxy S20 Ultra supports 5G, 8K video and features a 6.9-inch display. However, the camera is where Samsung put most of its energy. This model features a 108MP wide camera, 40MP front camera and 48MP telephoto camera.

You can also shop Certified Renewed Galaxy smartphones, such as the Galaxy Note20 and the Galaxy Note20 Ultra, at Samsung.

Samsung Galaxy A71, February 2020 | £149.95

Samsung Galaxy A71

Another slightly older A series model. The Samsung Galaxy A71 is fitted with a larger 6.7-inch display and has a punch-hole style front camera. This is a solid mid-range option, thanks to several helpful features such as an on-screen fingerprint sensor and facial recognition.


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