The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be unveiled on August 9 and may be one of the last terminals of the Note line. Or so it is assumed.
Rumors come from the well-known website The bell, website that has been shown to be correct several times in the past.
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The truth is that as we move into the future we see less and less justification for the existence of a Note model. In the past the Note brought us a totally different ideology of the S line, these days things are not quite like that.
The smartphone was the "giant" of the market with extra features that no other offered. However, with the introduction of the S8 + users began to wonder if the extra value invested in the Note range would really be worth it. After all the biggest difference is SPen.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Could Be Last in Range
Samsung is also under pressure from China's intermediate brands. The South Korean company knows that struggling in the mid-range is tricky, so it's time to look at its tops even more seriously.
According to the information, neither Samsung itself believes much in the sales of Note 9. It is said that the target is only 12 million units, "insignificant" numbers for a top of the range Samsung.
For these and other reasons the Note line will merge with the "S". This is expected to happen this year with the Samsung Galaxy S10. Although it is still too early to claim anything, many believe that the "Plus" model will bring all the features of "Note" and with a SPen inside.
I honestly believe this is a strong move. Samsung's S range stands out for its design, specifications and features. Adding Note's "productivity" to the next Galaxy S10 was a genius move.
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