Critics will not expect such significant changes from the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The Galaxy Note might be suddenly and unexpectedly be according to a recent leak from a company’s supplier which also proves how Samsung, the South Korean company, is not a fan of criticism.
Samsung has somehow planned to stop the manufacturing of the Galaxy Note brand entirely according to The Bell, a popular Korean news site. What the site also added is the fact that it is not the first time this move come through Samsung’s mind as this idea has been considered for more than a year.
The reasons that hind behind the South Korean company’s drastic moe is that customer hold onto their devices for too long delaying upgrade cycles and another one would be the smartphone saturation which results in deteriorated profitability. The Bell, the site news, states that a further move to complete this decision depends on the reaction of the customers regarding the Galaxy Note 9. The upcoming Galaxy Note model will be launched on 9th of August in Brooklyn, New York City during Samsung’s Unpacked event. If sales are not as high as expected, the decision might be confirmed.
Rumors suggest that if the Galaxy Note series canceled the company will introduce some of each feature and specs onto the Galaxy S range. However, details are still to be announced. Maybe a Galaxy S model will include an S Pen or perhaps the Galaxy S Plus model will become the replacement of the Galaxy Note. This might happen because the mass market audience to not really need a stylus, feature that gives the Note a hardcore fanbase and separates it from the Galaxy S series.
No matter how this move will be implemented, Samsung’s decision will be discussed all over the online and average media creating at the same time some chaos between the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S’ fans.
First of all, even though we know only Apple earns their customer’s loyalty, the Note brand has become an exception to that fact.
Secondly, Samsung receives a tick-tock release cycle from the Galaxy Note. The South Korean company can refine, test and split advancements between the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S ranges for the upcoming launch. As an example, the Galaxy Note range featured cameras, and the Galaxy S range was first in the bezel-less design. This split release strategy provides Samsung with remaining on the cutting edge for the whole year.
To conclude with, if customers waited longer than six months for a Samsung phone to be released, they would lose their patience.