We heard a rumor that Samsung wants to merge its Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series into another line. It could be known as the Samsung Galaxy One. Be that as it may, would that truly be a smart thought? What’s more, what befalls the Galaxy Fold?
For sure, Samsung at present has an issue with the division of its different smartphone families. The Galaxy S10 and the Note 10 hardly contrast, with the exception of the S-Pen. With the Galaxy A90 5G, the Galaxy A series has moved extremely close to the S class, as far as equipment, yet in addition as far as cost – the A90 costs a pleased €749 in Europe. Is that truly still center range? Wouldn’t you be able to then put everything into one arrangement and further lessen the quantity of models?
A couple of years prior, Samsung had the issue of having awfully numerous models in its range that scarcely varied from one another. In those days, the South Korean company had slowly streamlined the model series and reduced the number of Galaxy smartphones. The last victim of this long process was the Galaxy-J series at the section level, which was crushed. It would indicate consistency, then, if Samsung mixes the S and Note phones into a Galaxy One.
Consistency is not Samsung’s thing
Indeed, with the outcomes, it’s a unique little something. Galaxy M has now replaced Galaxy J, although just with the Galaxy M20 in Europe up until this point, yet in any event. There’s likewise the Galaxy Fold, which stands like a lonely unicorn on the prairie, however is just expected to check the start of another item family, the foldables. Joining two series to start two new ones simultaneously does not necessarily seem sensible.
The Galaxy S and Galaxy Note have comparative, yet not totally consistent objective groups. Galaxy Note fans would barely excuse Samsung if the S-Pen was expelled, and Galaxy S purchasers positively don’t need the pen added in. The two top series likewise have preferences as far as deals and promoting, in light of the fact that Samsung can set various focal points at two in the year and publicize various parts of the cell phones to catch clients.
The Strongest Brand is Called Galaxy
In any case, it should be recalled that Samsung’s strongest smartphone brand is neither “S” nor “Note”, however just “Galaxy”. Innumerable people go out and purchase “the new Samsung Galaxy”, without worrying over which product family the thing belongs to. It’s called Galaxy, it originates from Samsung and costs a specific amount, so it’ll be fine. Samsung fans may maybe grumble about the merger of Galaxy S and Galaxy Note to frame Galaxy One, yet the wide mass of clients wouldn’t give it a second thought.
It will be exciting, however Samsung chooses to play this, in light of the fact that so far every one of the reports depend just on the tweet of Evan Blass. Samsung hasn’t said anything regarding it yet, and that most likely won’t change until spring 2020, when the Galaxy S11 appears -or the Galaxy One, as it might be called.