Is Samsung merging Galaxy S and Galaxy Note Series:

Samsung announced their new flagship phones – Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus on March 29, 2017, and since then it has grasped a million focuses. The Samsung has received about 550,000 pre-orders so far, and the pre-orders will have delivered on April 18, 2017, which is three days before the store openings of the same.

Samsung released Samsung Galaxy S Series is the high-end smartphone. It first announced it in March 2010. Samsung officially announced it in the later year.

Samung Specifications of Galaxy Series
Samsung Specifications

Now, with all the leaked images, features and specifications like display and camera of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, it is surprising to see that the Samsung Galaxy’s S line is intersecting with the Note line of the Same giant. Usually, Samsung makes its flagship releases under two lines – the Galaxy S and the Galaxy Note.


The Samsung S line is for customers who like the traditional look and size of the phone with proper specifications, and the Note line is for those who like a bigger screen and much more relevant specifications than that of a cell phone.

Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series:

There were consecutive releases in both the lines until Samsung Galaxy Note 7 failed the makers by exploding. The 3500 mAh battery couldn’t handle its pace and blew in a few cases. This lead to controversies and trust issues which made Samsung call back its Note 7 devices. The South Korean giant went through a rough time, and they haven’t released anything else in the line yet. Meanwhile, the S line is going well. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus has expected to break records, and the pre-order is already on fire.

The major difference that the Galaxy S line and its note line featured was regarding screen size, the inclusion of the stylus and the clarity. Now, the S8 and S8 Plus has defined to have screen sizes 5.8 and 6.2 inches respectively. These two sizes are massive than the last note’s screen. The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 had a screen of size 5.7 inches only. The S series has exceeded the screen size of a Note itself. If someone comes up with the plan of including the stylus to the S8 phone, that can be doubled as Galaxy Note 8. The specifications are that close.

History of Galaxy Note Series
History of Galaxy Note

Regarding Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge: Samsung latest mobiles

The cutting-edge screen makes more for the fact of the bigger screen. The customers are looking forward to this phone which covers the entire front portion of the phone at an 18.5:9 ratio. When Galaxy Note and Galaxy S2 have released simultaneously in 2011, there were many difference between the two regarding big battery, pixel resolution, huge difference in screen size and the S Pen. Regarding Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, though there hasn’t much change, the screen size and S pen made it. Now, the S8 is outperforming in everything of that kind which leaves the question, what will be in a Galaxy Note 8?

After all the exploding battery episodes, the name Galaxy Note has got its damage. One more device in the same name with a different number – though Samsung wouldn’t do the same fault again, will take a while to hold its place. Considering all this maybe this month’s release – Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are a double up of the Note thus calling itself Samsung Galaxy Note S8. Or if Samsung plans to release a unique device by name Galaxy Note 8, there is so much that the instrument should satisfy.

Samsung Galaxy Keywords: (galaxy names)

The Samsung released versions till now are Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 edge, S6 Galaxy, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung S6, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung S7.

The final thought about Galaxy Note 7:

For the existing note users, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 may not appeal as the edge needs some getting used to, but the new features like Iris scanner and S Pen gestures make it a far better Android smartphone. Right now, if you are holding a Galaxy Note 5 then probably this year is not a year of the upgrade for you, but still, the edge can have to tempt at times.


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