Samsung may end the Galaxy Note series and here’s why it makes sense

New Delhi: Samsung dropped its Galaxy Note series this year as it shifted its focus to foldables, but a new report from South Korea, Samsung’s home turf, now suggests that the company has completely abandoned the Note series. would have killed.

According to a report by ETNews.com, it is likely that the South Korean tech giant has completely shelved its Note series for 2022 as it is betting big on the foldable device.

In addition, Samsung is ending production of the Galaxy Note 20 line since the series was launched a year ago.

The report reveals that Samsung is apparently ready to end production of the Galaxy Note 20 series, which is the last device in the Galaxy Note lineup. While Samsung’s focus is shifting towards foldables, it should be noted that the Galaxy Z Fold alone targets 13 million, while the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 20 lineups received around 12.7 and 9.7 million orders in 2019 and 2020 respectively , said a report by GSMArena. ,

Samsung’s Galaxy Note series was first unveiled at IFA Berlin and later launched in the market in October 2011. The iconic Galaxy Note had garnered a strong customer base globally, including in India, as it had the unique S (stylus) pen, larger screen and overall productivity that set the device apart from the rest.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, launched last year, has broken the deadlock and monotony of our daily lives, and has provided some different moments. It redefined productivity in the work-from-home (WFH) era amid the pandemic.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with 6.9-inch WQHD Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED 2X curved-edge display and 19.3:9 aspect ratio was launched in India in August 2020. Powered by the octa-core Exynos 990 SoC and paired with 8GB and 12GB. RAM, Note offered 128GB, 256GB and 512GB of onboard storage options along with microSD card support.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 was launched in India for Rs 77,999 while the ultra premium Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G was launched at Rs 1,04,999.

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