Samsung has no plans to revive its Galaxy Note smartphone lineup, according to the director of the company’s mobile division. However, as we already know, the corporation will maintain the Note spirit. This will be done with each new Galaxy S Ultra model that is released each year. There are many rumors that Samsung will stop producing the Note series. Regarding the reports, the company has remained silent. It became clear that the Note series will not be returning when the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra utilized the S-Pen and other Note series devices.
In a recent interview, Samsung TM Roh reportedly revealed that “the Galaxy Note will come in the form of S Ultra every year starting this year,” according to well-known tech blogger @UniverseIce. The Note 20 is the final model in Samsung’s Galaxy Note smartphone line, which was released in August 2020. Since there was no new Galaxy Note in 2021, Samsung deemed the Galaxy S22 Ultra the Galaxy Note’s heir apparent this year.
Samsung Galaxy S Ultra To Replace The Note Series
Of course, the Galaxy S22 Ultra has done a fantastic job of filling the vacuum left by the Galaxy Note’s discontinuation. So it makes sense that Samsung would want to continue producing the S Ultra. Fans of the S Pen can still receive the greatest hardware even though the traditional “Note” name has been dropped and the release date has changed.
Fans of Samsung anticipate the release of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, the company’s upcoming S-Pen flagship, in Q1 2023. The Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus, both of which lack functionality for the S Pen, will also be made available by the South Korean manufacturer. A few renderings of the Galaxy S23 Ultra have surfaced. According to the renderings, this device will have a punch-hole screen with a curved edge and thin black borders. Due to the extremely small bezels, this smartphone has a very high screen-to-body ratio.