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Samsung stops with the Galaxy Note devices

It increasingly seems that Samsung is discontinuing the Galaxy Note series. These reports have been circulating for some time, and now an important news agency is also confirming this information. Still, we don’t have to say goodbye to the S Pen.

End of Note series in sight

Samsung seems to be saying goodbye to the Note series. The Reuters news agency reports this information again, after we have heard about it more often in recent weeks. Samsung would like to further focus on other lines. These are the Galaxy S line and the Fold line, which includes flexible devices. The first Galaxy Note was released in 2011, and no new version will appear ten years later.

One reason could be that premium phones are more difficult to sell. After all, the price has gone up in recent years and more and more manufacturers have extensive smartphones that can be bought for less. This makes the phone, which is also called a phablet, less to sell.

Despite the discontinuation of the Note series, we do not have to say goodbye to the S Pen. The manufacturer will also make the stylus suitable for other devices. This is expected with the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra and probably also various foldable smartphones. At the time the first Note was released, it was already immense with a screen size of 5.3 inches. The last Note now has a 6.9-inch screen.

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