Samsung's range of Galaxy phones seems to be expanding so rapidly that I'm terrified it will get so massive it collapses in upon itself. Galactic catastrophes aside, the wonderful thing about having such a vast range is there's likely to be a phone to suit the needs of every single person in the universe.
On the other hand, with so many, many phones on offer, choosing the right Samsung Android for you can quickly become a planet-sized headache, leaving you lying down in a darkened airlock, whimpering softly.
To help ease your journey through this Galaxy of handsets, I've rounded up what I think are the five stand-out phones. There's nothing bargain basement in this article, so if you're after a really cheap Android handset, check out my best cheap Android phones round-up. Down below are mobile prices ranging considerably, starting at £250 and rising to around £500.
Samsung Galaxy S3
The S3 is at the lofty pinnacle of the Samsung's Galaxy range -- at least until the S4 shows up later this year. Its whopping price tag is rivalled only by its gigantic 4.8-inch, 720p resolution display and humungous 1.4GHz quad-core engine. This multi-core beast stomps all over much of the smart phone population, so if you want to put some serious power in your pocket, look no further.
The S3 is also available in an LTE variant. You'll need to be on the EE network -- and its data plans aren't cheap -- but you'll be able to get super-fast internet on the go.
The Galaxy S3 is for people who like their 3D gaming action high octane and their browser tabs too numerous to count. Small-handed wimps with budget constraints need not apply.
Samsung Galaxy S2
Before the S3 landed, the Galaxy S2 was Samsung's darling, helping the company deal a firm left hook to Apple. Why so popular? Because it's a winning formula. Its 4.3-inch screen is superbly bright, clear and colourful, so your pictures and videos will look awesome. The 1.2GHz dual-core processor won't excite the hardcore Droiders today, but it still offers enough juice for the essentials. And at only 9mm thin, it'll slide easily into your pocket.
It was our favourite phone of 2011 and with an update to Android Jelly Bean hopefully on its way soon, it's still worth a look in 2013. If you want a super-powered Galaxy without the eye-watering price of the S3, the S2 remains a fantastic choice.
Galaxy Note 2
With a gigantic 5.5-inch screen, the Note 2 is arguably more tablet than phone. On the one hand, that means you look slightly silly when making a phone call, but on the other, the sheer vastness of the screen makes watching videos and browsing the Web a joy.
It's extremely bright and bold too, which makes your images pop and there's a whole bunch of handy software to help get the most out of that stylus. Couple that with a super-charged quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM and you've got yourself a total powerhouse of a phone.
If big-screen browsing is your bag -- or you're the proud owner of some generously proportioned mitts -- the Note 2 is worth a gander.
Like its recent replacement, the original Note is a monster of a phone. Its 5.3-inch AMOLED display boasts a 1,280x800-pixel resolution and it's packing a 1.4GHz dual-core chip. That's a step down from the second-generation model, but that spec reduction of course means a price reduction too.
If you want to fill your pockets with a mighty mobile but can't quite justify the expense of the latest model, the original Note is still a worthy option.
Galaxy Ace 2
The Galaxy Ace 2 is a good option for those of you whose mobile needs don't quite stretch to the S2. Its dual-core chip might not be the speediest around, but it tackles the essentials without argument and its 3.8-inch display packs in 480x800-pixels, which we found to be crisp and bright.
Better still, Samsung has promised an update to the latest Jelly Bean Android software soon, giving it a fresh lick of paint for the year ahead. At only £140 on pay as you go from O2, it's a very affordable entrance into the Galaxy arena.
Additional writing by Natasha Lomas.