Galaxy Note was not buried in vain: Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra sales statistics

03.07.2022 7671 0

Galaxy S22 Ultra is outselling the last four Galaxy Note generations

Galaxy Note is a tradition without which Samsung until recently could not be imagined. This line has been on the market for almost 10 years, and unexpectedly for fans, Samsung has sent this line to rest. The amount of technology that was intended for the Galaxy Note, the company took and transferred to the Galaxy S Ultra.

 

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Initially, many perceived the Galaxy S Ultra as an experiment, an attempt to move away from the usual ideals. But time has shown that the company was not wrong in giving the Galaxy S22 Ultra the signature Note features. Sales statistics for this model may indicate that the Galaxy Note has no chance of a revival. At least in the short term.

 

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Well-known network whistleblower Ice Universe said that the company managed to sell 10.9 million units of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. This is a decent figure, and it is higher than the sales of the latest generations of Galaxy Note. So, the company managed to sell 7.5 million units of the Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 10 - 9.5 million, Galaxy Note 9 - 9.6 million units and Galaxy Note 8 - 10.3 million.

 

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Sales of the Galaxy S22 Ultra showed that the logic of Samsung's refusal from the Galaxy Note is justified and understandable. The company "buried" a series whose popularity was declining, offering users a unique device as part of the titular flagship series Galaxy S, borrowing the best features of Note.

 

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Author: Ирина Кошелева Publication date: 03.07.2022

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