The Korean tech giant has officially introduced the Galaxy Note brand. According to the head of Samsung’s smartphone division, Roh Tae-moon, at Mobile World Congress 2022, the Galaxy Note is going to, as of now, be launched as “Ultra.” Tae-moon is, obviously, concerning the Ultra version of the Galaxy S, the latest of which launched as the Galaxy S22 Ultra at the beginning of this month.
Moreover, when it comes to admission, it is not all that astonishing, considering the quickly developing landscape of smartphone manufacturing. The company presented the initial Galaxy Note at IFA Berlin back in 2011. The smartphone has a huge (for the time) 5.3-inch display. It further has a stylus that the company called the S Pen.
However, many people wonder why the company would make a smartphone with such a large screen. However, the questioners were shortly quieted as customers demonstrated that excess was in. According to reports, not more than two months following the release, the company had shipped above a million Note devices.
Moreover, the Note demonstrated to be a commercial success that sets new trends for the latest smartphones with additionally larger screens. A handset with a 5.3-inch display is believed to be as small nowadays.
Nevertheless, rumors of the smartphone’s demise surfaced in mid-2020, with some stating the company desired to pay attention to foldable handsets. However, it was all verified back in August when the company reported that there would be no Galaxy Note device at its next release event. After one month, someone noticed the company hadn’t redesigned its trademark for the Note line.