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The Samsung Galaxy Be aware is lifeless! Actually this time

It seems that today is going to be a sad day for Samsung fans. The latest information suggests that we won’t see a new Samsung Galaxy Note device as the company hasn’t renewed its Samsung Galaxy Note brand.

We have terrible news for every Galaxy Note fan out there. It seems that Samsung has already decided to stop working on future Note iterations. The Galaxy Note brand didn’t renew the company, so we definitely won’t get a new Galaxy Note device in 2022. The brands for the Galaxy S and Galaxy Z series, however, were renewed in August.

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Now we have no clear clue or reason as to why Samsung made this decision. Perhaps the company figured out that its latest foldables are what it takes to boost sales and have a massive impact on the market, but that’s pure speculation as we don’t have official numbers. Plus, Samsung has already managed to bring pen support into the latest Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold 3, making them better productivity tools, even though none of these devices have the ability to integrate the S Pen into their case, which the Galaxy Note more convenient.

At the moment, it seems that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 will replace the Samsung Galaxy Note series. Information so far says that pre-orders for the latest Galaxy Z series have hit more than 900,000 units, which means Samsung has high expectations for these new devices.

    Get what may be the final iteration of the Samsung Galaxy Note series

So now could be the best time to head over to Samsung.com for one of the newest, and perhaps final, models of the Note 20 Ultra. Remember that the regular version is already sold out and only the Ultra model is available. We don’t have any official confirmation from Samsung that the Galaxy Note series is dead, but I wouldn’t get my hopes up after that.

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Samuel Martinez

A former bilingual teacher who left the classrooms to join the Pocketnow team as news editors and content creators for the Spanish audience. An artist by nature who enjoys video games, guitars, action figures, cooking, painting, drawing, and good music.

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