Samsung will close the Galaxy Note lineup. Another confirmation of hearing

The Galaxy Note20 smartphones released by Samsung in fall 2020 will be the latest in this legendary lineup. So says the blogger Ice Universewhich has a good list of confirmed leaks. Samsung has not officially confirmed this information yet.

Ice Universe cites Samsung employee sources and believes the company will announce the closure of the Galaxy Note line in the coming months. However, there is a possibility that Samsung simply will not release new devices of this series in the fall of 2021, and then everything will become obvious without words.

The first Galaxy Note model was released in November 2011, and it was she who set the global trend for smartphones with large screens, called “phablets”. Although the 5.3-inch screen installed in it would be considered miniature by modern standards, at the time it was considered huge.

The Galaxy Note is Samsung’s flagship with large screens, top-end hardware and an S Pen stylus.

In 2016, Samsung released the Galaxy Note7 smartphone, which turned out to be extremely unsuccessful due to battery problems and was completely withdrawn from sale. Such a failure could put an end to the entire Galaxy Note line, but Samsung decided to take a chance and continued to release smartphones of this series, at first emphasizing that all batteries now undergo multi-stage production controls to ensure their safety.

The Galaxy Note series smartphones are still relatively successful, but Samsung’s management allegedly considered it inappropriate to release them due to the fact that they largely duplicate the flagship Galaxy S series. special compartment.

In January 2021, Samsung introduced the flagship Galaxy S21 smartphones, including the Galaxy S21 Ultra with stylus support and the ability to store it in a special case, which is sold separately. It is the Galaxy S21 Ultra that can be considered the ideological successor of the Galaxy Note line, and in the future, other Samsung flagships can get full S Pen compatibility.

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