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How many Samsung smartphones launched under JK Shin? Clue: Absolutely loads

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It’s no secret that Samsung is one of the most prolific smartphone manufacturers on the planet.

Now its long-time mobile chief JK Shin is swapping roles, marking a six-year long era of the company under his direction.

But how many smartphones actually launched under the mighty Shin? Here’s the full list, as rounded up by Gizmodo (via NDTV):

  • Galaxy Core Prime

  • Galaxy J2

  • Galaxy S6 Edge+

  • Galaxy Note 5

  • Galaxy S4 mini plus

  • Galaxy S5 Neo
  • 
Galaxy Folder

  • Galaxy A8

  • Galaxy J7
  • 
Galaxy J5
  • 
Galaxy S6 Active

  • Galaxy Xcover 3

  • Galaxy Win 2 Duos

  • Galaxy S6 Edge

  • Galaxy S6

  • Galaxy S Duos 3-VE

  • Galaxy A3 Duos

  • Galaxy J1 4G

  • Galaxy Grand Prime 4G
  • 
Galaxy Core Prime 4G

  • Galaxy A9
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  • Galaxy J3

  • Galaxy On7

  • Galaxy On5

  • Z3
  • 
Galaxy Active Neo

  • Galaxy J1

  • Galaxy Grand Neo Plus

  • Z1
  • 
Galaxy A7

  • Galaxy Grand Max

  • Galaxy Prevail LTE

  • Galaxy E7

  • Galaxy E5

  • Galaxy A7 Duos
  • 
Galaxy Grand Prime
  • 
Galaxy Ace Style LTE

  • Galaxy S Duos 3

  • Galaxy Note 4

  • Galaxy Note Edge

  • Galaxy Mega 2

  • Galaxy S5 Plus

  • Galaxy Alpha

  • Galaxy S5 Mini Duos
  • 
Galaxy Avant

  • Galaxy Star 2

  • Guru Music 2

  • Metro 312

  • Galaxy Ace NXT

  • Galaxy Star Advance
  • 
Galaxy S5-LTE

  • Galaxy S5 mini

  • Galaxy Core 2

  • Galaxy Ace 4 LTE

  • Galaxy Ace 4

  • Galaxy Core Mini 4G
  • 
Galaxy S5 Sport

  • Galaxy S5 LTE-A
S III Neo
  • 
Galaxy Core Lite
  • 
Samsung Z
  • 
Galaxy S5 Active

  • Galaxy S4 Value Edition

  • SM-G9098

  • Galaxy K zoom
  • 
Galaxy Beam 2
  • 
Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 3G
  • 
Galaxy Ace Style

  • Ativ SE

  • Galaxy S3 Neo

  • Galaxy S5

  • Galaxy S3 Slim
  • 
Galaxy Core 4G

  • Galaxy Mega Plus

  • Galaxy Star Trios

  • Galaxy Note 4 S-LTE
  • 
Galaxy A5 Duos

  • Galaxy A3

  • Samsung Galaxy A5
  • 
Galaxy A5

  • Galaxy Note 4 Duos
  • 
Galaxy Core Max

  • Galaxy Note 3 Neo

  • Galaxy Grand Neo
  • 
Galaxy S III Neo+
  • 
Galaxy Core Prime
  • 
Galaxy Trend 3

  • Galaxy Trend

  • Galaxy Note 3

  • Galaxy Golden
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  • Galaxy S4 Mini

  • Galaxy S4 Zoom

  • Galaxy Ace 3

  • Galaxy S4 Active
  • 
Galaxy Mega 6.3

  • Galaxy Mega 5.8

  • Galaxy Grand Quattro
  • 
Galaxy Core

  • Galaxy Young

  • Galaxy Y Plus

  • Galaxy Win Duos
  • 
Galaxy Win

  • Galaxy Star

  • Galaxy S4

  • Galaxy Pocket Neo
  • 
Galaxy Fame

  • Metro 2252

  • E1282T
  • 
Rex 90
  • 
Rex 80
  • 
Rex 70
  • 
Rex 60

  • GT-E2202
  • 
Galaxy S II Plus

  • Galaxy Core Advance
  • 
Galaxy Win Pro
  • 
Galaxy S Duos 2

  • Galaxy Grand 2
  • 
Galaxy Core Plus
  • 
W2014
  • 
Galaxy Express 2
  • 
Galaxy Trend Lite

  • Galaxy Fame Lite

  • Samsung Galaxy J phone

  • Galaxy J

  • Galaxy Round

  • Galaxy Star Pro
  • 
Galaxy Grand Duos
  • 
Guru 1200

  • Champ Neo Duos
  • 
Galaxy Y Duos Lite

  • Galaxy Ch@t
Omnia M

  • Galaxy Ace Duos

  • Guru 1205

  • Galaxy S III

  • Galaxy Y CDMA

  • Galaxy Pocket

  • Champ Deluxe Duos
  • 
Galaxy Y Duos

  • Galaxy Beam
  • 
Galaxy Ace Plus
  • 
Galaxy S Duos

  • Galaxy Note II

  • E1207T

  • Galaxy Music

  • Star 3 Duos

  • Galaxy S Advance

  • Primo Duos

  • Primo

  • Metro Duos
  • 
Galaxy S II

  • Hero Plus B159
  • 
B209

  • B229
  • 
Wave M
  • 
Galaxy Y Pro Duos

  • Wave Y

  • Galaxy Note
  • 
Champ 2

  • Wave 3
  • 
Galaxy Y
  • 
Galaxy Ace
  • 
Hero

  • Mpower Muzik 219

  • Galaxy S

  • Chat

  • Mpower TV S239
  • 
Galaxy i7500
  • 
Galaxy Young 2
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It’s clear that Samsung has been instrumental in the global rise of Android.

Now we’ll just have to wait and see whether Shin’s successor, Dongjin Koh, can keep up the pace.

Can you think of any handsets we’ve missed from the list? Let us know in the comments.

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