Through a promotional video Samsung confirmed that next February will have one of its famous events of presentation of devices known as Unpacked and in which everything seems to indicate that the combination of the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series will be presented to create a single one.
This was practically confirmed in the teaser that was published by the South Korean technology company, in which two phones are shown spinning until it becomes one while you can read the legend “Ready to break the rules?”.
This information was confirmed by TM Roh President and Head of the Mobile Communications Business of Samsung Electronics, the exact day on which the presentation will be made has not been disclosed.
However Roh has highlighted the history of the Galaxy Note series which was introduced to the market in 2011 having an acceptance for its large screen and the S-Pen.
It should be noted that for some it was a surprise that last year Samsung did not present a new Galaxy Note without having an explanation for the absence, now it would make sense in case the merger is confirmed
TM Roh also advanced some features of the new phone among which he stressed that the camera will be able to “dominate the night” so he promised the best photos taken with a smartphone, in addition to being a device that stands out in terms of power, speed and a “smarter” experience.
The Samsung executive ended his announcement with the phrase “Get ready for the ultimate Ultra experience “so some specialists and fans of the brand claimed that he confirmed the information that has been handled for some months, in which it is established that the Galaxy S22 Ultra would be the spiritual successor of the Galaxy Note, by incorporating its aesthetics and the S-Pen; we will have to wait until February to know the outcome.
The Samsung Galaxy Note were specially designed to be operated with optical pen and optimized for large-screen devices such as creating notes, drawing and even opening two applications at once. It is estimated that in its first version it sold around 10 million units worldwide.