Samsung’s flagship smartphones have always been quite pricy. To purchase a device at full price, consumers can easily expect to spend more than $600. The manufacturer’s upcoming Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus may exceed $800 in price, if recent reports are accurate. But prices for Samsung’s Galaxy S and Galaxy Note smartphones have changed over several years. Here’s a rundown of the popular devices and how much they sold for at launch.

Samsung Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8 Plus  

Reports suggest the Samsung Galaxy S8 may start at $845, while the Galaxy S8 Plus may start at $950. The smartphones are expected to feature 5.8-inch and 6.2 inch displays respectively, in addition to a new design with no home button and thin bezels, an iris scanner, a rear fingerprint scanner and USB-C port.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 sold for $849 before its untimely discontinuation in October 2016. The device featured an iris scanner, expandable storage, water resistance and a Blue Coral color option.

Galaxy Note 7 The Galaxy Note 7 might make its return in emerging markets like India and Vietnam. Photo: REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Samsung Galaxy S7 / Galaxy S7 Edge

The Samsung Galaxy S7 had a starting price around $672, while the Galaxy S7 Edge sold for around $792, when it released in March 2016. The devices feature camera upgrades, 4GB of RAM and fast charging.

Galaxy S7 and S7 edge Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 edge handsets are finally getting the official Android Nougat treatment. Photo: Reuters/Albert Gea

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 / Galaxy S6 Edge+

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 had a starting price around $792, while the Galaxy S6 Edge+ sold for around $888 when they released in August 2015. The Galaxy Note 5 was Samsung’s first phablet with a glass-and-metal design and also featured a push-to-eject S-Pen stylus. The Galaxy S6 Edge + was Samsung’s first phablet with a dual-edge curved display.

Galaxy S6 Note 5 Black Friday Deals Samsung's line of S6 and Note 5 smartphones can be had for as low as one cent from some retailers on Black Friday. Photo: Reuters/Andrew Kelly

Samsung Galaxy S6 / Galaxy S6 Edge

The Galaxy S6 had a starting price around $684, while the Galaxy S6 Edge sold for $784 when they released in March 2015. The devices introduced a glass-and-metal design, fast charging, wireless charging and a built in battery to Samsung devices. The Galaxy S6 Edge introduced the dual-edge curved display to Samsung devices.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 / Galaxy Note Edge

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 had a starting price around $749, while the Galaxy Note Edge sold for around $945 when they released in 2014. The Galaxy Note 4 featured a metal frame and was Samsung’s last flagship to feature a plastic removable back panel. The Galaxy Note Edge was Samsung’s first curved display smartphone, featuring a single curved edge on its right side, as well as an S-Pen stylus.

Sprint-GalaxyNote4 The latest Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update is now available for the Sprint variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Photo: Samsung

Samsung Galaxy S5

The Samsung Galaxy S5 sold for around $649 when it released in 2014. The device introduced water resistance and fingerprint scanners to Samsung devices.

galaxy s5 The Samsung Galaxy S5 is missing from the Android Marshmallow upgrade list. Photo: Reuters

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 sold for around $699 when it released in 2013. The device introduced the 3GB of RAM to Samsung devices.

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Samsung Galaxy S4

The Samsung Galaxy S4 sold for around $649 when it released in 2013. The device included many software features, including Smart Pause, Smart Scroll and Group Play.

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