Last year, Samsung announced that it would terminate the launch of the new Galaxy Note series, which broke the hearts of many loyal users. The media also speculated that it may be related to the lack of chips in the world and the sales of the Galaxy Note series were not as expected. The R&D and marketing budget has invested heavily in foldable screen models, and it can also be seen that the Galaxy Z series, which may have both a large screen and portability, is more important to Samsung's market layout.
In addition, the support for the S Pen in the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold3 in 2021 has also been well received by consumers, which industry email list may also allow Samsung to discover that instead of "tying" the S Pen to a single Galaxy Note series, this feature may be used. It will be more beneficial to become a part of Samsung's ecosystem, and it will also allow Samsung to maintain its "dual flagship" strategy for one year: the upright Galaxy S series and the foldable screen Galaxy Z series are easier to allocate R&D and marketing resources. The cost of upgrading and maintenance can also be reduced.
Of course, it is currently rumored that the top model of the upcoming Galaxy S22 series, the Galaxy S22 Ultra, will directly become the "new generation of Galaxy Note", which may be the result of Samsung's deliberation. After all, the Galaxy Note series also has tens of millions of users around the world. Users, for Samsung, are naturally a group of people who need to actively win over, and the Galaxy Note is "reborn" in the name of Galaxy S22 Ultra, and it is believed that it will also lead to the "return" of the original Galaxy Note series users. However, the real answer still has to wait until 2/9 Galaxy Unpacked is announced, pre-register now, and have a chance to win the QLED TV + SoundBar combination!