As Samsung gets ready to unveil it's new phones, smartwatches, and other smart devices, and as everyone's getting ready to pick up these new and shiny devices, rumors have went around that Samsung might ditch the Galaxy S+ series and leave the Note series as the only bigger options for a flagship Galaxy.
It's only been said around the internet that Samsung may merge the Galaxy S+ series and Note series. This means that it could be either the Galaxy S+ series or Note series that could be ditched, but it seems more likely that Samsung will stop selling Galaxy S+ phones as it seems unlikely that Samsung will stop selling the Note series entirely in favor for the S+ series and add an S Pen.
The reason that this said this may happen is to cut down on costs. It was also mentioned that the Galaxy S+ series and Note series have gotten increasingly similar with screen sizes and features. It seems as these days the only thing that separates the S+ series and Note series is the S Pen. But Samsung seems to be changing that.
It is unknown when Samsung will stop selling the Galaxy S+ series phones (if they do, as this is only a rumor) and if/when this happens, we'll let you know.
But it is possible that this will start with the Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S11.
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