The Galaxy line has definitely been one of Samsung's biggest success stories of recent years, with mobiles and tablets shipping by the bucketload (except for one which is being held back due to a spat with Apple, of course).
In fact, we're struggling to add up how many devices there are now with the Galaxy branding.
The S2 is described by many as the best handset out there right now (obviously not Apple fanboys) and now there's another letter joining the stable - the Galaxy W is heading to O2.
The slightly cheaper handset (compared to the premium S2) was announced at IFA 2011 earlier this month and packs Gingerbread 2.3.
It's not rocking a Super AMOLED display like its big brother, instead pitching for a Super LCD. A not unreasonable 5MP camera, 14.4Mbps HSDPA and 1500 mAh battery also complete the specs for a handset that'll give you a lot of bang for your buck.