Test on Samsung Galaxy Devices (S4 - S10) & Tabs
Instantly test and interact with a suite of Android devices including Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy Tabs, etc.
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Test your websites and mobile apps on real Android devices & tablets for most accurate testing results. Choose from our exhaustive range including Samsung Galaxy S10 (S10, S10 Plus, S10e), Galaxy S7, Galaxy Tab S5e. Galaxy Note 8, Pixel, Nexus, etc. on every screen size and resolution.
Real Android Device Cloud
No need to build or maintain expensive device labs. Instant, browser-based access to the latest and the most popular mobile devices including Galaxy, Pixels, Samsung, Nexus, etc. whenever you want.
Interact with your website or mobile app on the remote Galaxy devices, just as you would with a device in hand. Tap, scroll, zoom, swipe and more.
Test local servers
Using our local testing feature, test your website and mobile apps, out of the box on internal development and staging environments.
Debug & fix bugs instantly
Debug your websites & apps instantly using device logs, devtools, video recordings and screenshots for every test you run.
Secure and private
Security is a primary focus, and our policies are constantly upgraded. We provide pristine devices for testing and all data is wiped clean from the device after the session ends.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is testing your website on Samsung Galaxy devices critical?
Samsung devices have close to 28% of the global market share. In some countries such as India and Brazil, this percentage can go up to 37% as well. Thus, in order to give the best user experience, it is important to test on real Samsung Galaxy devices, prior to taking your website or app live.
What is a Samsung Galaxy Emulator?
Samsung Galaxy Emulator is an online virtual device that mimics the software and hardware conditions of that Galaxy device. A developer or QA can use this galaxy emulator as a platform to execute and test your applications & websites on your PC.
Why do developers opt for Samsung Galaxy Emulators?
Given Samsung Galaxy devices have good market penetration, testing your websites and apps for Galaxy devices is a must
Companies do not want to invest in an expensive real Samsung Galaxy Device Lab, which needs maintenance and constant addition, given new device releases by Samsung every year
Samsung Galaxy Emulators provide a cheap alternative for developers to do a quick check of their code before it goes to Quality Assurance (QA) teams for cross browser testing
What are the disadvantages of using a Samsung Galaxy Emulator?
Given the market penetration of Samsung Galaxy devices, testing on Emulators can leave a lot to chance and might result in bad end user experience
Google recommends testing Android apps on real devices, prior to submitting it on the Play Store
Samsung developer tools state their official emulators do not support key features like placing phone calls, determining battery levels, camera, and video captures
Emulators always have performance lags versus real devices due to the binary translations required for an emulator to mimic the device
Why use real device cloud of BrowserStack instead of Samsung Galaxy emulators?
- BrowserStack provides instant access to real Samsung Galaxy S10 (S10, S10 Plus, S10e), Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S5e devices via the cloud
- Users can naturally interact with their websites or mobile apps on the remote Galaxy devices, test local versions, debug and fix bugs instantly using native developer tools
Where can I test my website for compatibility on a Samsung Galaxy S10 or a Galaxy Note 9?
Instead of compromising with testing on just an online Samsung Galaxy S10 emulator or a Galaxy Note 9 emulator, BrowserStack provides instant access to real devices via the cloud. Developers and QA teams can also test on real Galaxy S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, 10 (S10, S10 Plus, S10e) mobile devices, Galaxy tabs (like S5e Tablet) and more, instead of emulators. You can get started for free with cross browser testing.