The announcement has been long overdue since the company halted production of the Galaxy Note series in 2021. Samsung has officially announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) that the Galaxy Note lineup is no more, as confirmed by the company’s mobile division chief Roh Tae-moon.

Speaking to reporters ahead of a visit to the Samsung Electronics booth at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, ​​Roh said the “Galaxy Note will emerge as the Ultra”.

This clearly indicates that Roh is pointing to the latest Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra flagship, which features the Note series’ distinctive integrated styles, square corners and curved mirrors. The result is that everything except the name has a new note.

Samsung’s recent announcement makes last year’s Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra now the company’s last Note branded handsets, a much-loved line of flagships starting with the original Samsung Galaxy Note in 2011. Indicates the end of the era.

Galaxy Note

However, the decision does not come without a reason, the brand’s reputation suffered a backlash in 2016 when the infamous Galaxy Note 7 was recalled and eventually canceled in the name of public safety over numerous reports of battery exploding. went.

That being said, the range of the Note with the Galaxy Note 8 has become stronger than ever before next year and has maintained a loyal fan base ever since. Fortunately, those fans will still be able to get their hands on the newly revised S-Series, under a different name, which could be called Note’s ripoff.