For the first time in the media, they started talking about the possible death of the Samsung Galaxy Note line last year. This year, Samsung really refused to release a new generation of Galaxy Note, but explained this by a global shortage of microcircuits and promised not to close the line and release new Galaxy Note models in the future. But it looks like the company still decided to bury the popular line.
According to insiders from South Korea, Samsung has completely dropped the Galaxy Note series from its 2022 plans. As the main reason for this decision, insiders cite the growing popularity of folding devices. And it looks quite logical, especially if you look at the sales statistics. Thus, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series in 2019 sold 12.7 million units, and the Galaxy Note 20 line sold 9.7 million units, while sales of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold alone reached 13 million.
Sources also said that Samsung will be phasing out the 2020 Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in 2022. This, however, was to be expected, since more than a year has passed since the announcement.
For the sake of fairness, we note that this information is unofficial and should be treated with a certain degree of skepticism. We suggest waiting for official Samsung comments on this matter. Although the company may completely refuse to discuss the further future of the Samsung Galaxy Note family with the public.