Goodbye: Galaxy Note Line May End Production In December


Galaxy Note: Although it was a bestseller, Samsung’s beloved line of “executive” phones, Galaxy Note, seems to be nearing its ultimate end. At least that’s what the latest rumor in the South Korean media points out, suggesting that the company will end production of the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in December, about just 1 year and 4 months after their debut on the market.

Although it sounds disheartening to the most homesick fans, the rumor reinforces the latest leaks related to the Galaxy S22 Ultra, considered the spiritual successor of the Note line by industry experts. If the latest information about Samsung’s upcoming release is correct, the public will see all-too-familiar features returning to the shelves.

Among them, the body shape at right angles, the presence of an S Pen with dedicated space and powerful technical specifications stand out. As with the brand’s latest releases, the Galaxy S22 Ultra has yet to be officially confirmed, but it already has several rendered previews of its supposed look.

In this context, users interested in purchasing a new Galaxy Note 20 Ultra or its base version should consider the offers available on Black Friday, as it may be one of the last opportunities to obtain models directly from Samsung — or from a partner reseller.