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Rumour has it the Galaxy Note line might go away

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With the differences between the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy S lines diminishing, Samsung might be doing more harm to its flagship smartphone segment. A new rumour from tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks) suggests that Samsung might be thinking about this problem and the company might unite the two under the Galaxy One brand. And the one reportedly getting axed is the more innovative Note brand. Instead of releasing two flagships at the start and latter part of the year, the company might focus on the S series. This flagship will launch at the beginning of the year with phones that also carry the S Pen.

As for the gap in the fall, Samsung is said to be considering filling this in with the Galaxy Fold. As MSPowerUser points out, the Note line did start as Samsung's more experimental line. It makes sense that Samsung's most out-there product right now takes its place. But according to this is still reliant on a few factors. He tweets, "Assuming that Fold performs according to expectations—both functionally and in the market—the hope is to deploy its successors as a second-half flagship, in the spot that would be vacated by Note. This was described as still being very fluid and tentative at this stage." For now, these are all rumours, and we still have the Note line. But we're keeping our eyes out for any changes to suggest otherwise.


Report claims Samsung might merge its Galaxy S line with its Note line

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If the story coming out of Korea is to be believed, we might be seeing some changes in Samsung’s flagship lines. According to Korean media outfit The Bell, Samsung’s Vice Chairman Jay Lee is thinking of merging its Galaxy S and Note lines. This move makes a lot of sense with Samsung facing tough competition in the entry-level and mid-range market from the Chinese companies and people complaining about the rising prices of flagships. Plus, the differentiating the S and Note line seems to be getting harder and harder with each iteration.

There are rumours that Samsung plans to release three versions of the Galaxy S10 and it would make sense if the highest end will feature the S Pen, but then there will also be a regular version, and a lite or budget version. If Samsung pushes through with this, it’ll help them streamline their operations as well as save them money on development, design, and manufacturing. 

Source: GSMArena


Samsung plans to unveil a bendable Galaxy Note in 2018

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With the Galaxy Note8 barely out of Samsung’s stables, the South Korean company is looking at the future and thinking it might be time they did something new with their Note line. Samsung announced at an event in Seoul, South Korea that it plans for the next iteration of the Galaxy Note to be somewhat bendable. According to Dongjin Koh, president of mobile business at Samsung, they are still working on surpassing some hurdles and will push back release if they don’t get these resolved.

“When we can overcome some problems for sure, we will launch the product,” said Koh. “We are digging thoroughly into several issues we must overcome, as we don’t want to just make a few, sell a few and be done. We want to hear that Samsung made a very good product. We have a plan to adopt a foldable display in our roadmap.” This is the first time Samsung has publicly acknowledged that they are working on a smartphone with a foldable display. But it has been rumoured countless times that they're working on this.

Source: The Verge + MacRumors


Tipster claims Samsung Galaxy Note 7 instead of Galaxy Note 6 might be in our future

Evan Blass, who often gets reliable phone leaks and is also known as @evleaks on Twitter, claims Samsung will be skipping over the Galaxy Note 6 in favor of Galaxy Note 7. If they do the name change, that’ll put Samsung’s phablet in line with the naming scheme of its new flagships: the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. So, what should we expect this S-Pen-equipped phablet to carry? According to Blass, the device should come with a 5.7-inch display, an iris scanner, 64GB internal storage that’s expandable via microSD, and a 12-megapixel rear shooter and 5-megapixel front camera. The rumoured Galaxy Note 7 will also be IP68-certified to protect it against water. It should come in black, silver, and blue editions. Of course, while Blass is reliable, this still has to be taken with a grain of salt.

Source: CNET