Samsung will abandon the Galaxy Note and S series and will release one flagship line - Galaxy One

Traditionally, in February next year, Samsung should present the new flagship of the Galaxy S line, and,

Logically, it will be the Galaxy S11. However, the manufacturer seems to have decided to rebrand its flagship lines.

What to expect

Well-known insider Evan Blass, citing reliable sources, reports that the Galaxy S11 may not exist.

According to him, Samsung plans to combine the Galaxy Note and S series and release just one, but with a new name - Galaxy One. The new flagships will also receive support for the proprietary S Pen stylus.

Flagships with large screens are not going anywhere either. Only now these will not be Galaxy Note representatives, but Galaxy Fold folding smartphones.

This plan seems quite logical, becauseThe tenth generation Note and S were not very different from each other: they were practically indistinguishable in size and design, the same story with hardware and cameras. Perhaps the most important difference is the presence of an updated stylus on the Galaxy Note 10.

Of course, this is unofficial information for now, but if it is confirmed, we will see the new Samsung Galaxy One in the winter.