A short video history of the development of the Galaxy Note line of smartphones with camera testing is presented

Currently, the Internet is activelyinformation is spreading about Samsung's plans to discontinue the release of the Galaxy Note line of smartphones focused on the use of an electronic pen. However, instead of popular devices, the flagship S series will be released, providing the ability to work with the S Pen. The author of Mrwhosetheboss channel Arun Maini created a video in which he presented a short history of the Galaxy Note line, comparing along the way all the models in the series, which has been released since 2011.

The video shows the process of unpacking smartphonesGalaxy Note with short comments about the device and the features of each smartphone. The parent of the Galaxy Note series (2011) became the first device with a large 5.3-inch screen at that time. Despite the unusual size for those years, the number of Galaxy Note devices sold exceeded 10 million units.

Next Galaxy Note 2 (2012)received a record 2GB of RAM, sold 5 million units in the first two months, and was optimized for the comfort of using the S-Pen.
The Galaxy Note 3 (2013) has received moremore RAM (3 GB) and support for shooting videos in 4K resolution. The Galaxy Note 4 presented at IFA 2014 received a Super AMOLED screen and a camera with Smart image stabilization.

In the Galaxy Note 5 (2015) the companySamsung used glass for the back, replacing plastic. The S-Pen itself has also undergone changes. The smartphone under the brand name Galaxy Note6 was not produced. The Galaxy Note 7 model, introduced in 2016, became famous for its curved screen, an eye scanner and ... numerous fires, which led to the recall of all smartphones in the series by the company.

Samsung launched the Galaxy Note in 20178, 6.3-inch bezel-less smartphone. The following year, the Galaxy Note 9 was introduced, which had minimal differences from its predecessor and boasted only a larger 6.4-inch screen. The Galaxy Note10 (2019) has a hole in the screen for the front camera, which has become a hallmark of the company's flagships.

The latest Galaxy Note20 Ultra model released inthis year it receives a screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a camera with a 120 megapixel sensor. The blogger also compared the various shells used in the Galaxy Note models in the video, and also showed the results of the cameras of each of the devices, allowing viewers to follow the evolution of the quality of photography.