Samsung’s Popular Galaxy Note Lineup Might Be Dead

Although Samsung continues to grow and improve its range of foldable phones Recent reports suggest that the Korean company may be preparing to end the famous Galaxy Note lineup very soon. If you’ve been reading the previous reports you’ll be aware that this isn’t something we had not heard previously. But this time, we have actual confirmation. Samsung hasn’t renewed the Galaxy Note trademark this year. This could indicate that Samsung is planning to end the Galaxy Note line, moving to the future.

The report is directly from GalaxyClub (via Sammobile) that cites information regarding Samsung’s most recent trademarks list. According to the report, Samsung renewed its trademarks of the Galaxy M, Galaxy A, Galaxy S, and Galaxy Z series. However, the Galaxy Note series was not included. Galaxy Note series was missing from the list.

For those who aren’t aware, reports of Samsung ending its Galaxy Note lineup have been coming in since the end of the year. In fact, at the beginning of the year, Samsung Chief Executive Officer Koh Dong-Jin confirmed that Samsung will not be launching this year the Galaxy Note 21 series this year. Samsung has cited the global shortage of chips to justify not launching this year’s Note range in 2021. It is worth noting that the CEO also stated that the Korean company will release Galaxy Note devices in 2022.

Today, Samsung not renewing its Galaxy Note line as we get closer to the end of the year, it could mean that Samsung might completely discontinue the line in the near future. It could be a way to concentrate and promote its foldable devices into the market, which Samsung is striving to make improvements each year.

Furthermore, Samsung added one of its signature characteristics to its Galaxy Note series, which is S-Pen support to the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold 3. Galaxy Z Fold 3 foldable model and Galaxy S21 Ultra. It is likely Samsung is trying to convince Note users to change their mindset and move to its foldable smartphones (or the expensive Samsung S-series Ultra model) to provide a better user experience. This, in turn, increases the demand for its Galaxy Fold devices and boosts the market acceptance rate of foldable smartphones.

How do you feel about Samsung not renewing its Galaxy Note trademark? Do you think that the Korean giant will end this Galaxy Note series next year? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

VIA: Sammobile
SOURCE: Galaxy Club

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