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RIP Galaxy Note? Samsung might revert to one flagship per year

Samsung has released 2 flagship smartphones per year (not counting the multiple Galaxy S variants) since 2011 when the first Galaxy Note was released, but that strategy could be put on retirement by Samsung. It's being reported that the company is looking into plans to reduce their flagship portfolio to one per year.
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