Report: Samsung Galaxy S comes to be the brand new Note

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Earlier today, our team observed an idea which recommended that Samsung might re-launch the Galaxy Note collection in a collapsible style as “Galaxy Flex Note.” Though it appears quite improbable and may be occasionally before it’s implemented in a real device, the popular leaker Ice universe has suggested that the Galaxy Note series isn’t dead. The leaker suggests that the “Samsung Galaxy S becomes Note!”

In a tweet, Ice universe has said that the Note isn’t dead. He says that the company’s flagship S series will replace the Note series. While the leaks earlier suggested that Samsung has given up on Note — the company hasn’t renewed the “Note” trademark — it doesn’t seem the case.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
    Get your hands on what could be the last iteration of the Samsung Galaxy Note series

The company might take the Galaxy Z Fold 3 route with the next Galaxy S series unit wherein the Note, or the S Pen, functionality is built right into the phone’s display. If that’s the case, Samsung will bake the S Pen support right into its next S series phone. The company could then offer special cases, like the one that comes with Galaxy Z Fold 3, that has actually a void/storage area for keeping the S Pen. This would make the Note collection irrelevant. While the company hasn’t uttered an official word about the Note lineup, this is our best guess.

Samsung is set to announce its new S series smartphone, the Galaxy S22, sometime next year. While no flashy features like an under-display camera are expected, significant upgrades are mentioned to be coming — S Pen support could be one of the big upgrades. Do you think Samsung will kill the Note lineup and bring S Pen assistance to the Galaxy S22? What are your thoughts on it? Let us know in the comments section below!

Sanuj Bhatia

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