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Samsung skipped the Galaxy Note series last year, opting to bring S Pen support to the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold 3. The same situation occurred in 2022, when the Korean brand skipped the Galaxy Note lineup again in favor of bringing the technology for your existing high-end devices.
So, with that decision in mind, we want to know did you miss out on the Galaxy Note lineup this year? You can let us know by voting in the poll below and leaving a comment if you’d like to elaborate on your choice.
Did you miss the Galaxy Note line this year?
On the one hand, we could see why people might be a little disappointed about the lack of a Note series this year. It’s particularly disappointing if you want a cheaper S Pen flagship, with the standard Galaxy Note 20 launching at $999. The S22 Ultra, meanwhile, starts at $1,200, while the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will set you back $1,800. The Note 20 Ultra also supports a microSD card, which is not available on the S21 Ultra, S22 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold 3 or Galaxy Z Fold 4.
Then again, the Galaxy S22 Ultra in particular looks like a modern Galaxy Note Ultra in all but name. The phone is equipped with an S Pen slot much like the Note lineup. You’re also getting supercharged specs here in line with the Note series, like a powerful SoC, QHD+ 120Hz OLED screen, and versatile cameras.
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