Should Samsung combine the Galaxy S and the Galaxy Note to create a super flagship? Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8+ have been the superstars since their launch in March. S8 has become the next level of the S7 and Samsung’s new flagship due to its impressive screen and great spec upgrades. The Galaxy Note 7 incidents are probably still remembered by most users, by they seem to have paled in comparison to their enthusiasm for the S8 and S8+.
Unfortunately, the Note 7 was quite a disaster last year for Samsung and also a setback but the South Korean company now seems very motivated to move on. So, the setback from last year hasn’t caused a dent in the anticipation for the Note 8, as the Note line will definitely continue in 2017. The Note 8 won’t have the same issues as the Note 7 had after Samsung has decided to change the supplier of battery cells.
Samsung Galaxy S8 is now safe and successful, but we still wonder if a new Samsung device is going to be forgiven, considering the misfortune from 2016.
The line between a new Galaxy Note and Galaxy S8 is quite blurry; Galaxy Note was better than the Galaxy S line due to its large size and to the S Pen. But now, considering the fact that S8 and S8+ have huge displays of 5.8-inchs and 6.2-inches, the only difference between them and a future Samsung Note is the S Pen.
We can’t help but wonder if there’s going to be a future fusion between the two. Some users feel that the S Pen is enough to make a difference between the Note and the S line, but others consider that the Galaxy Note, in spite of its great features, has nothing superior anymore. If we compare the Galaxy S7 Edge and the Galaxy Note 7, the first one was definitely the winner in both battery capacity and pixel density. On the other hand, the Note 7 won in other two categories: the S Pen and screen size.
The question whether the Note can surpass the huge size of the Galaxy S8 this year still remains a mystery. But who knows, maybe Samsung will surprise us with the Note 8. Although it would be quite interesting to see these two devices combined into one heck of a new flagship.
What do you think? How does a possible fusion sound in your opinion?