Samsung officially replaces the Galaxy Note with Galaxy Ultra brand

Samsung officially replaces the Galaxy Note with Galaxy Ultra brand

Samsung has officially retired the Galaxy Note brand, at least as far as it has been disclosed. This was something we all knew because the Galaxy Note phones, even in their last few generations, were very identical to their Galaxy S-series equivalents. With the introduction of the Ultra series of phones, things became even more difficult to distinguish. To top it all, the new Galaxy S22 Ultra phone includes an integrated S-Pen, prompting the tech community to refer to it simply as a Galaxy Note with the Ultra designation. Many people were wondering if Samsung would release a Galaxy Note phone in the future.

Samsung’s mobile head Roh Tae-moon stated to reporters at MWC 2022 that the “Galaxy Note would henceforth come out as Ultra” from now on, putting an end to the misunderstanding.
Long-time Galaxy Note lovers, on the other hand, need not panic; as previously said, the Galaxy Ultra branding has taken over the mantle. This year’s Galaxy S22 Ultra is primarily a Note device. Check out the following for further information:

SAMSUNG GALAXY S22 ULTRA SPECS AND FEATURES

The Galaxy S22 Ultra has a design that is reminiscent of the Note from the start. The chassis has curved corners and is fairly boxy. It has Gorilla Glass Victus+ on the front and back, with an Armour Aluminum frame holding it all together. The device appears and feels sturdy, and it is dust and water resistant to IP68 standards. That’s even with a proper S-Pen hole in the body.

This S-Pen has all of the tricks and delights of its predecessors, but the 2.8ms latency is what sets it apart. On a 6.8-inch LTPO2 AMOLED screen with 120Hz adaptive refresh rate, 1440 x 3088-pixel resolution, HDR10+ quality, and 1750 nits of peak brightness, you write or interact with this. A 40MP sensor with 4K@60 FPS recording is housed within its punch-hole cutout. A 108MP leader with a 10MP 10x periscope zoom lens, a 10MP 3x zoom, and a 12MP 120° ultrawide snapper leads the back cameras. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor (in India) is paired with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage, as well as a 5000mAh battery with 45W charging capabilities.

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