Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra has the potential to become the best-selling Galaxy Note ever. Okay, so it’s not called Galaxy Note – but for everything in the world, this is the successor to both the Galaxy S21 Ultra from last year, and the Galaxy Note20 Ultra from 2020. The design clearly comes from the Note family, just as it does, of course, the inclusion of the S Pen stylus.
Many people dismissed the demise of the Galaxy Note line as an independent thing, but it seems that Samsung’s decision to fundamentally merge it into the S-Series pays off. According to a new rumor from a normally reliable source, the Galaxy S22 Ultra is on track to sell 10.9 million units in its first year of availability.
By comparison, you can consider that the Note20 series, which consists of two models, managed only 7.5 million in the same time frame. Note10 series? 9.5 million Note9? 9.6 million The currently reigning king of Notes is the Galaxy Note8, with 10.3 million sales – but with the speed of things going, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will overtake it.
That’s probably reason enough for Samsung to keep its current plan going and not revive the Note line. And in the end, is it really that important that the word “Note” is missing in the name of a phone that has all the features of a note?
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