Samsung supporters and tech hobbyists alike knew all too well that the Galaxy S series is scheduled for release during the first half of the year while the Galaxy Note is booked for the second half. But if the rumors are true, there will never be a Samsung Galaxy S11 or Note 11. Instead, Samsung would have a singular release date for it’s rumored merging the two flagship series, a device which will be called Galaxy One.
Galaxy One Rumors
As twitted by Samsung tipster Evan Blass, Samsung plans to combine its two flagship devices for next year. The discussion of the possible unification of the Galaxy S and Note series had purportedly already begun and is expected to materialize early next year, according to a Samsung insider.
The news came as no big surprise to tech analysts and hobbyists as the issue has been lingering for quite some time now. First, the South Korean giant had also already hinted a possible merger of their two flagships before. Second, Samsung already hinted early this year that they plan to retire the Galaxy S brand soon.
According to some tech websites, the first Galaxy One device could have an S Pen since the S Series already has that kind of feature. However, it has yet to be confirmed. The announcement is said to come early next year though Galaxy One is not expected to arrive in the market anytime soon.
In other rumors, Samsung is reportedly planning to launch the next Galaxy Fold successor in the second half of next year. There were reports that the second generation Galaxy Fold will vertically fold and will carry a RAZR-inspired design. The Galaxy Fold will reportedly cost around US$2,000.
We’ll bring you more news and rumors about Samsung and its purported Galaxy S / Note series merger to become Galaxy One, so stay tuned.