Right now, Samsung’s flagship lineup of phones includes the foldable models, the Galaxy S, and the Galaxy Note series, but as it turns out, the South Korean company is looking into a series of changes that would simplify its portfolio.
And the most obvious change would the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note to no longer be positioned as flagships, as this moniker would only be given to the foldable phones in the company’s lineup.
The information comes from leaker Ice Universe, who explains that Samsung is ready to go all-in on foldable phones.
“Samsung has shifted its focus to foldable phones. If you think the Galaxy S21 series is not powerful enough, don’t be surprised,” he posted during the weekend.
All-in on foldables
And by the looks of things, Samsung wants the Z series to become the true flagships in its lineup, albeit right now, it’s not clear if this includes no longer equipping the Galaxy S and Note … (read more)
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