The Galaxy Note 9 Might End Up Being the Last Galaxy Note

Alonzo Simpson
July 22, 2018

The company is also said to have a modest sales goal for the Galaxy Note 9, aiming to ship a total of 12 million units.

Now, according to a report from The Bell, Samsung is considering trimming the whole situation down more drastically.

We've been speculating about Samsung's Galaxy Watch for a while, but now the first signs of it actually coming to fruition are here. The reports points out that this move is to rather, retain existing customers, rather than win over new ones.

Ever since Samsung Vice Chairman Jay Lee released from prison after his successful appeal, he has been reportedly focused on embarking on a complete overhaul of the company's smartphone portfolio, including merging of Galaxy Note and Galaxy S-series lineup. A China-based serial tipster Ice Universe has claimed that the Galaxy Note 9 S Pen will essentially be a portable Bluetooth controller.

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At the same time, the Galaxy Note range has also adopted bigger and bigger panels, but the growth has been more conservative since the pen-enabled phablets were already relatively large to begin with.

More importantly, the Galaxy S10 series is expected to be the first 5G-capable handsets from Samsung, so the launch is going to be equally relevant here. This could have been achieved by lessening the footprint of the glass created to protect the OLED panel.

Furthermore, the FCC listing reveals what could be our first look at the design - or at least the general shape - of the Galaxy Watch. Instead of the marginal improvements to software or screen size, the introduction of a bendable smartphone would give consumers a visible and touchable reason to upgrade. The model that has been listed carries model number SM-R815.

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