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When looking at tech and tech trends as well as news, it helps to think outside the box. Sometimes things make sense, sometimes not. Thus, I propose a new idea that might explain why we will never see a Samsung Galaxy Note 6. Samsung's main competitor is not another Android manufacturer/OEM. They have left that competition far behind. Samsung's main competitor is Apple's iPhone. With the iPhone now coming out with the 7 and 7 Plus, it would appear that Samsung is behind if it launched the Samsung Galaxy Note 6. Instead, the brilliant minds at Samsung likely thought that it would make more strategic sense to launch the next iteration of the Galaxy Note series of devices with the "7" brand. Not to confuse buyers, but to not appear to be behind. What would you rather have, a 6 phone or a 7 phone?
So, there you have it... my thoughts on why Samsung decided to name the next big thing the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
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