You are correct note 20 ultra is the latest model in the Note series but the fact is The Note 20 Ultra 5G was released in August 2020, and Samsung has a policy of providing three major Android OS updates and four years of security updates for its flagship devices. The Note 20 Ultra 5G was released with Android 10 and has already received three major updates, including Android 13. This means that it will not receive Android 14.
Yeah, but Samsung decided to discontinue the Galaxy Note series after the release of the Galaxy Note 20. They merged it with the Galaxy S series, introducing the Galaxy S Ultra as the successor. The Galaxy S Ultra retains the features fans loved, including the S Pen stylus, a large display, and powerful performance. Samsung made this decision after considering market trends and customer demand.
Well, then, why didn't Samsung name this mobile as Note series , why did they name it S series ....Obviously, you can't call a horse a donkey anymore . Lol
In my view, The "Ultra" branding in the Galaxy S Ultra does indeed represent the features and capabilities that were traditionally associated with the Galaxy Note series. By incorporating the "Ultra" name into the Galaxy S series, Samsung aimed to convey that the device possesses the advanced features and functionalities that were previously found in the Note series, including the S Pen stylus, large display, and powerful performance.