That's probably the most likely to happen based on the latest information that has just been revealed: Samsung is currently developing a device with model number SM-N770F, and this device doesn't seem to be in any line.

At present, the Galaxy Note series is the only product line that uses numbers starting with the letter "N", and all Note devices have a model number within the SM-N9xx range.

It's possible to guess that the SM-N770F is a Note but not a flagship, as previous information confirms Samsung is developing a better folding phone, which is expected to launch next year, with the SM model number -F700F.

Meanwhile, Samsung's flagship foldable phone, the Galaxy Fold has the model number SM-F900F, and if the SM-F700F is indeed a good-priced foldable Galaxy, then there's no reason why Samsung can't do the same for the Galaxy Note series.

S-Pen universal is undoubtedly a good strategy - the recently launched Galaxy Note 10 proved to be an excellent tactic for Samsung to attract new customers who currently use non-smartphones.

However, bringing the Note experience to the lower price segment will help expand this strategy. And with the high-end Galaxy Note flagship model - Note 10+, costing up to $ 1,100, a non-flagship Note will be an attractive option for Galaxy Note fans who want to have the S-Pen experience, but don't want to spend thousands of dollars or even $950 for something like the Galaxy Note 10.

It's clear that all of this is just a prediction, and we need more information to get a clearer picture of what Samsung is cherishing. By now, we only know that the SM-N770F will have 128GB internal memory.


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