Dear @samsung people
I just want to send a clear message to @samsung and raise a red flag overhere. Samsung got me hooked on the note line from day 1 and i got them all or almost everything from the Note line, from Galaxy note and galaxy note 8.0 (the only true Note mini tablet) and 10.1 (both generations: 2012 and 2014) to the Note 10 plus, i got them all and would not even think of changing to another Samsung line and certyainly not to the S line. This is my mindset right now. The way i see it, i would rather see the end of the S line than the Note for several reason such as the Note being more refined and tuned to the user's needs but what made it so special was the S pen and even more the fact that you could put it away inside the phone. When i think about it when Samsung killed the
Note tablet line i just stopped buying tablets altogether and refused to move to the S tab line with the "fake" S pen that you could not even slide into the tablet. I only went back to tablet when Samsung came out with the Galaxy Tab A 8.0 with S pen (i got both generation).
So i will be honest, should samsung decide to kill the note line not only myself but many people will decide to move to a different brand. Honestly i don't really care how you do it but the Note line (the better one out of Note line and S line) must remain and carry on for as long as Samsung sells phone to the world wether you add a scrollable screen or you include a built in S pen in the Z fold phone of yours ( obviously price would have to come down to less than €1400.00 to be affordable) to make it become a Note phone is up to you @samsung people, or yuo risk to see a major chunk of your customers going other companies. I would even consider getting a Huawei phone without google support for such a betrayal from @samsung. There i have said it i dropped the "H" word.
@samsung you know now, do the right thing!
Samsung will reportedly launch three devices under the Galaxy S21 line, namely the S21, S21+ and S21 Ultra. The S Pen will appear on the top model of the S21 series, which is the S21 Ultra. If this is true, then the primary difference between the Note series and the S series would disappear, making the Note series obsolete.
The Note series was originally designed to the ultimate flagship device for power users from Samsung in a year, with the biggest screen, highest specs and of course, the S Pen. However, in recent times, the number of differences between Samsung’s S series and Note series have reduced to the point where the Galaxy S20 Ultra pretty much shares its specs with the Note20 Ultra across the board.
So it would make sense for Samsung to ditch the Note series entirely, and transfer its market share over to the Galaxy S line. For the second half of the year. Samsung will focus entirely on its foldable smartphone series, specifically the Galaxy Z Fold 3. The Note 20 series may very well be the last two devices in this very long list of Galaxy Notes’ from Samsung.